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L'homme Seul

Belgium, 1963 (MIFF 1966, Programme 35)

Director: Patrick Ledoux

Using skilfully edited archive material, the film examines some facets of Nazism and the resistance to it.

Jury Prize, Tours Festival; Grand Prix, Bergamo Festival; Prize of the Catholic League, Oberhausen Festival.

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