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Riff ‘65

USA, 1966 (MIFF 1968, Programme 8)

Director: Eric Camiel

A projection of the character of Riff, a resourceful, underprivileged youngster in conflict with his environment.

First Prize, National Students' Awards, U.S.A.

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