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A Housewife

Denmark, 1972 (MIFF 1973)

Director: Vibeke Herbert, Astrid Pade, Anne Sprogøe

A day in the life of a housewife. Gradually, she becomes aware that something is wrong. An incident, in which she fails to make contact with a foreign worker, leads her to the decision to change her life.

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