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The Rope

Poland, 1971 (MIFF 1972)

Director: Teresa Badzian

A rope-obsessed man has collected an enormous quantity of rope. It has become a living nightmare, tormenting the hero day and night. His friend, who has so far only been observing the hero's dreadful experiences, saves him from the torturing obsession.

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