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Eggs

USA, 1970 (MIFF 1975)

Director: John Hubley

The Goddess of Fertility endlessly sows the seeds of life, which brings her into direct conflict with the activities of her partner, Death. The two argue over the fate of the Planet Earth, until the inhabitants of Earth start taking matters into their own hands, and Fertility and Death are assigned to a brand new planet.

Victor Hugo Award, Chicago.

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