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Le prix d'une vie

France (MIFF 1973)

Director: Paul de Roubaix

An ecological study placed within the context of the preparations for the birth of a child. As a new life emerges, a cycle is continued, an all-embracing cycle which includes the natural environment and all the living creatures it contains.

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