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Ten Ties and a Heart

Denmark, 1967 (MIFF 1968, Programme 5)

Director: Henning Ørnbak

The influence of mass media on the young. A girl tries to live as her magazines tell her she should.

Award, Cork Festival; Diploma, Oberhausen Festival; Prize, Helsinki Festival.

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