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Ludwig

West Germany, 1965 (MIFF 1966, Programme 30)

Director: Roland Klick

Ludwig is an outsider. He lives in a little village and works in the quarry. He has fallen in love with the sole beauty of the village. His boredom is interrupted by an incident which ends in violence.

Award, International Bureau of Short Filmmakers, Tours Festival.

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