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Made At Coaraze

France, 1964 (MIFF 1966, Programme 4, 9)

Director: GĂ©rald Belkin

Fragmentary impressions of life in a village in southern France are put together again in an impressionistic - an often bewildering - manner, to reveal the passions hidden below the surface.

Prix Jean Vigo; Prix Antonin Artaud.

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