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Tung An - A Ship Without A Port

Denmark, 1979 (MIFF 1980, Programme 11)

Director: Ib Makwarth

A film made by a Danish film crew which documents, without comment, the living conditions of 1,800 refugees who have been living on a sinking ship for four months.

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