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Wendy Darling

UK, 1973 (MIFF 1974)

Director: Gilberto Pulido

A young, seemingly helpless girl is abducted by a gang of four youths. Held hostage in an abandoned, decaying warehouse cellar, her vulnerability is more imagined than real. Systematically, she destroys her captors.

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