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Homo Homini

Switzerland, 1968 (MIFF 1969, Programme 7)

Director: Václav BedÅ™ich

A violent bombardment of disturbing images, using animation, puppets, newsreels, stills and music, comments on man's amazing ability to answer technical problems and his equally remarkable incompetence with human ones.

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