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Wayleggo

New Zealand, 1965 (MIFF 1966, Programme H)

Director: Robert Kingsbury

A sheep herd, so large that it appears to have a life and movement of its own, is mustered amid the attractive scenery of New Zealand's Southern Alps.

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