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We Have No Answer

Netherlands, 1973 (MIFF 1974)

Director: Louis Van Gasteren

A human being of an older generation in today's environment. A farmer's wife. 63 years old, somewhere in France, makes up her mind about her past life and the future existence of others. Today's situation in European agriculture shows that many workers in this field, find themselves in an open air museum, whether they are aware of this or not.

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