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Peace March 1982

Norway, 1982 (MIFF 1984)

Director: Laila Rakvaag, Erika Nissens

From the 13th to 29th of July 1982, representatives from peace- organisations in Nordic countries and the Soviet Union Participated in a March against nuclear. Weapons. With thousands of other along the route, the march proceeded from Stockholm through Finland into the Soviet Union to Moscow and Minsk,.

With a series of impression of the march, this film tries to show some of the warmth and generosity which met the Nordic participants wherever they marched.

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