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Dawn Flight

USA, 1975 (MIFF 1977)

Director: Lawrence Lansburgh

A dramatic story of a young glider-pilot's conquest of the art of soaring and his final initiation In stunning aerial manoeuvres, he is haunted by a mysterious super-pilot In his fixed-wing, 30-foot glider, he finally draws abreast of the rival sailplane, to discover who its pilot really is...

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