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Film For My Son

USA, 1975 (MIFF 1976)

Director: Nadja Tesich-Savage

A documentary about a four-year-old boy, his world, real and imaginary, set against the memory of another childhood, in another country. Although the film focuses on one child, he becomes a link not only to the past, but to other children and childhoods that are always part of us.

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