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Each Day That Comes

Canada, 1966 (MIFF 1967, Programme 32)

Director: Graham Parker

The story of a young woman who becomes chained to the static environment of a small town that seldom changes. The camera explores the life of Stella as a child and as a woman, and describes her desperate attempts at escape.

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