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Grey City

Iran, 1972 (MIFF 1973)

Director: Farshid Messghali

An animated film about a green man who goes to a city without colour-the grey city. He brings a flower, which the inhabitants have never seen before, and suggests they, loo, can grow flowers. They refuse, believing only a green man has such power. But a child arrives with a seed ...

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