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An Evening at Baron Swenbeck's

France, 1972 (MIFF 1974)

Director: Hubert Niogret

During his dinner party, the Baron Swenbeck begins reminiscing about his brother who hung himself twenty years ago. A strange cry in the night brings the guests from the party out into the darkness of the past. . .

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