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Let's Have a Party

Netherlands, 1963 (MIFF 1966, Programme 15)

Director: Paul Verhoeven

A bitter-sweet tale, told with discretion and understanding, of the first love of a shy 15-year-old schoolboy.

St. Finbarr Statuette, Cork Festival.

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