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Knud

Denmark, 1966 (MIFF 1967, Programme H)

Director: Jorgen Roos

An analysis of the spirit and human qualities of Knud Rasmussen, who made a unique contribution to the exploration of the life and myths of the Polar Eskimos.

'Bodil' Award, Danish Film Critics; Golden Bear, Berlin Festival.

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