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Chicory

Switzerland, 1967 (MIFF 1968, Programme 2)

Director: F. Melchior Murer

Fragmentary documents about the double-life of the poet Comte Ivan Merdreff-Urban Gwerder.

Federal Award of Switzerland; Jury Prize, Cinestud, Amerstadam; Main Prize, Oberhausen Festival.

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