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Loch Lomond

UK, 1967 (MIFF 1969, Programme 21)

Director: Laurence Henson

In winter, when the tourists are in hibernation, Loch Lomond and its bonny, bonny banks return to much of what they have been since the Scots first sung its supremacies. This is a study of winter days of those who live and work around its shores.

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