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Man Versus Man

India, 1982 (MIFF 1985, Oberhausen Retrospective - Short Films in the Third World)

Director: Shashi Anand

Man-pulled rickshaws in Calcutta face extinction due to legislation introduced by the State Government in 1981. The film analyses the situation and investigates the consequences of such a step.

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