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Blues, Black and White

Switzerland, 1987 (MIFF 1988, Fiction)

Director: Markus Imboden

A white woman puts her plate of cutlets and chips on the table, goes back for the mineral water, comes back to the table, and finds a stranger, a black woman, sitting there The white woman feels robbed and demands her property back.

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