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Mila 23: Simion's World

France, 1972 (MIFF 1975)

Director: Robert Legrand, Jean Dasque

Simion earns his living in a Romanian village near the mouth of the Danube. It is a hard life, but he gains strength and endurance from his family, his religion, his com¬munity, and from the belief that he forms an integral part of his world.

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