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Her World

Denmark, 1975 (MIFF 1977)

Director: Lise Roos, Anker

Every working wife has, really, two jobs, and when she has small children as well, her day is more than full Her World observes such a young wife with two small children at work, at home, and her increasingly strained relationship with her husband.

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