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The Revolution

UK, 1968 (MIFF 1969, Programme 10)

Director: Richard Taylor

The pressures to which the government bureaucrat is exposed are really just a nuisance, inter­rupting his routine. ... A biting cartoon with fluid animation, pleasantly pithy in word and wit.

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