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Rosc - the Poetry of Vision

Ireland, 1979 (MIFF 1980, Programme 69)

Director: Ciarin Scott

The film is an introduction to, and impression of, the "Rose" International Exhibitions of Ancient and Modern Art, which have taken place in Dublin over the past ten years. "Rose" is an Irish word meaning 'the eye' or 'the vision', and is the motif of the film.

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