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6344

USA, 1973 (MIFF 1974)

Director: Joseph Pipher

"6344" succeeds in letting the viewer watch the demolition of a family's home, calmly. The life-force of three generations slowly dissipates. What's left? A huge apartment complex rises from the smouldering scarred ground. What lingers? Lovingly detached memories.

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