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Un Honnête Homme

France, 1964 (MIFF 1968, Programme 14)

Director: Ado Kyrou

Told by means of a series of postcards of the year 1900, the film tells the incredible and amusing story of an honest young man who, in Paris for his apprenticeship, becomes Vampiras, the bandit, hero of fantastic adventures.

Prix Louis Lumiere.

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