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People Like Albert

UK, 1973 (MIFF 1974)

Director: Keith Hulse

Two thirds of Britain's prison population of 45,000 are petty criminals who are unable to adjust to life after their release. Most of them commit further crimes and drift back into the haven of the prison. The film studies the problem of rehabilitation.

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