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One Hundred Years

Sweden, 1984 (MIFF 1985)

Director: Max Andersson

When babies come from test tubes, when rats march around and sink in blood, when babies are forced to their mothers' breasts at gun point, when the Statue of Liberty is replaced by a missile poised for take-off, then Mickey Mouse runs for his life and the mouse trap industry is unstoppable.

- Berlin Film Festival programme

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