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P

Netherlands, 1964 (MIFF 1966, Programme 14)

Director: Jan Keja

"P" stands for Perfectionist, a man above and coldly critical of every human institution. Dressed and cloaked entirely in black, P is the unapproachable and infallible judge of humanity until he meets his match.

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