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What Colour is the Wind

UK, 1972 (MIFF 1973)

Director: Henry Herbert

A day in the life of a group of blind children living together in a 'Sunshine Home' at Norlhwood, Middlesex. The film is impression­istic with no interviews and no narration. It shows the relationship between the children and their relation to the staff.

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