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That Way to Madra

Netherlands, 1965 (MIFF 1967, Programme B)

Director: Adriaan Ditvoorst

A young soldier's wife is injured in an accident. The films tells the story of his fight against red tape for a leave pass to visit her.

Critics' Prize, Pesaro Festival.

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