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The Seven Islands of Frigg

France, 1979 (MIFF 1979)

Director: R. Enrico, P. de Roubaix

To develop one of the most important underwater gas fields, seven, man-made, artificial islands of concrete and steel have been built ashore and anchored in the North Sea, half-way between Scotland and Norway.

This film shows the problems posed and their solutions.

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