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The Raft

Netherlands, 1972 (MIFF 1974)

Director: George Sluizer

The film "The Raft" is a detailed account of a 1,000 km. journey made by a family on a home-made raft through Brazilian jungle, to sell their merchandise in the city.

Best Short Film, Cracow, 1973.

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