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L'homme Qui Osa

Belgium, 1965 (MIFF 1966)

Director: J. P. Nelis

This is the story of a group of people who were lost without a trace in a distant, bog-infested land and the mystery of their disappearance could not be solved until an adventurer appears on the scene . . .

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