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A Film For My Son

USA, 1984 (MIFF 1986)

Director: Ida K. P. Ruzsits

A Hungarian emigree who has lived in many countries. including Australia, made this personal experimental documentary incorporating Hungarian folksongs a lullaby she used to sing to her children, and the recitation by her son of a story he wrote when he was in 6th grade. "I am a woman who enjoys making films about the feelings of women. I feel we express a more personal side of ourselves in films . . ,"

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