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Carousella

USSR, 1965 (MIFF 1966)

Director: John Irvin

A documentary about the lives of three strip-tease girls - Tina, Julie and Katy. The sordid world of the Soho Strip Club is their work place, but their private lives are no different from those of any other attractive girls in London.

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