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Dear Green Place

UK, 1968 (MIFF 1969, Programme E)

Director: Michael Pavett, Oscar Marzaroli

Through a series of stills taken over a ten-year period, a Glasgow photographer affectionately traces the rebirth of his city as seen through the eyes of an old man recalling his youth.

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