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Patricia's Moving Picture

Canada, 1978 (MIFF 1979)

Director: Bonnie Sherr Klein

Patricia's Moving Picture is the story of one 'extraordinary-ordinary' woman, who at the age of 40, with a good marriage of 20 years and seven children, questions what to do with the rest of her life apart from her role as Mrs. and Mother.

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