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Went With The Wind

Brazil, 1983 (MIFF 1984)

Director: Isay Weinfeld, Marcio Kogan

"Went With the Wind" tells the story of Margaret Mitchell, the well-known author of the unforgettable romance "Gone with the Wind", from her childhood until her days of glory, satirising Hollywood's greatest production of all times.

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