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The Cat

Hungary, 1980 (MIFF 1981, Animation (2))

Director: Tibor Hernadi

Protagonists of the film are two mice who are engaged in complicated scientific debate and keep arguing until they are unceremoniously swallowed by a cat. All things are relative.

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