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The Sun is Red

Denmark, 1972 (MIFF 1974)

Director: Bent Barfod

A film about the environment and pollution, asking among other things, "'. . . Is it enough for me to know that Ihcy are there? Our self-created enemies, whom we do not even know, and who do not hit back at once . . .", and ending. "It is later than you think".

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