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West Germany, 1966 (MIFF 1967, Programme 1, 7)

Director: K. B. Schmaltz, Karl Schedereit

Each year, more and more starlets wear less and less on the beaches; each year the American navy sends ten warships. . . This film takes an acid look at the Cannes Festival.

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