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Mitch and Barbara

USA, 1973 (MIFF 1974)

Director: Michael Kravitz

Mitch and Barbara is the story of a love affair beginning between a single man and a married woman with husband and child.

Silver Medal, XXVI Cannes International Amateur Film Festival. Winner, New York University Film Festival.

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