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One Day More

Yugoslavia, 1972 (MIFF 1973)

Director: Vlatko Gilić

There is a mud lake somewhere in Yugoslavia, immersion in which, people believe, will cure incurable diseases. Their belief is symbolic of man's innate aspiration to elevate himself throughout his existence. from the depths to the summit, from darkness to light, from death to eternity.

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