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Canada, 1968 (MIFF 1969, Programme 6)

Director: Bernard Longpré

Do they dream, those wooden horses on the roundabouts? Black and green and blue, with flying hooves and flaring nostrils, could they escape? Then what dreams, what adventures, what colour, what life, what freedom . . . and what fear of freedom!

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