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Sirène

Belgium, 1968 (MIFF 1969, Programme 5)

Director: Raoul Servais

A three-masted schooner is captive in an inhospitable harbour. The guards are monstrous cranes and prehistoric flying reptiles. A macabre game with anachronisms.

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