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Children of Munich

Germany (MIFF 1967, Programme 30)

Director: Karl Otto Alberty

During the last day of the traditional Munich Carnival, the public takes over the streets. Costumed children at play are filmed with hidden cameras, in this kaleidoscopic record of the day.

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