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Carla 66

USA, 1966 (MIFF 1968, Programme 22)

Director: Bruce Baillie

Carla is twenty, beautiful and happy. We see her getting up, applying her make-up, dressing. Then she sets out to do battle with public reaction to the mini skirt.

Second Prize, Ann Arbor.

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