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Cybernetica

UK, 1972 (MIFF 1973)

Director: Peter Sims

Aspects and examples of the science of Cybernetics, some grave, some gay, some beautiful Three lovely girls converge on Pans, exploring as they travel, the wonders of a new age, in which computers defeat, by the speed of their decision making, the contemporary evils of congestion pollution and wasted space and time.

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