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Carbon Culture

Italy, 1985 (MIFF 1986)

Director: Steven Moni

A young Afrikaaner finds himself alone in the Roman countryside just before dawn. As he stalks through military debris and symbols of Roman and Fascist Italy he is confronted with his past and his admiration for his surroundings gives way to inner conflict.

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