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Here Comes the Sun

West Germany, 1988 (MIFF 1989, Fiction)

Director: George Maas

A factory worker at the end of his day's work.

The third part in a trilogy entitled Everyday Madness made while the director was a student at the Berlin Film School (Deutsche Fttm-und Femsehakademie Berlin)

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