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Pass of Arms

UK, 1972 (MIFF 1973)

Director: Peter Elford

,p>A knight rides alone through a forest in the early morning. He travels fully armed, but incognito. He comes to a river, guarded by another knight, also anonymous, who challenges his right of way. They fight; and by evening, they have killed each other. They might have been brothers.

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