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I'll Be Here For All Time

UK, 1985 (MIFF 1986)

Director: Sheila Owen-Jones, Deirdre Beddoe

The film traces a tradition of Welsh women's protest, and by doing so. helps explain the contemporary Greenham Common Peace Camp. Made by women about women, this documentary supplies a new historical perspective.

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