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Summer War

Denmark, 1965 (MIFF 1968, Programme 12)

Director: Palle Kjaerulff-Schmidt

A fable about a young soldier engaged on manoeuvres who takes advantage of being a mock casualty to spend the time with a girl.

Diploma of Merit, Edibvurgh; Hauptpreis, Oberhausen.

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