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Skaterdater

USA, 1965 (MIFF 1967, Programme 2, 10)

Director: Noel Black

The story captures the precise moment when a boy becomes aware of girls. As a background to the central theme, the film highlights, with outstanding colour and brilliant editing, the dazzling skill and daring of young American kids on skater boards.

Best Short Film, Cannes Festival.

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