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The Perfect Human

Denmark, 1967 (MIFF 1969, Programme 37)

Director: Jørgen Leth

That pinnacle of evolutionary achieve­ment, embodiment of the dreams and desires of urban existence, twentieth-century Nordic man, is on floodlit display. He is subjected to a thorough zoological examination— with appropriate sounds.

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