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Last Melody

UK, 1967 (MIFF 1968, Programme 40)

Director: Richard Saunders

The film was made for participation in the 1967 International Television Contest, the theme being: "What do young people do in your country at 5 o'clock on Saturday afternoons?'' This humorous entry shows a young girl in England, drinking a lot of wine—alone. The film won Second Prize in the contest.

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