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Archangel

Luxembourg, 1989 (MIFF 1990, Documentary)

Director: Claude Waringo

Centered around Charlie Gaul's victory in the 1956 Tour de France this lyrical film explores mythologies, both personal and collective, that have grown up around this event and the nature of the myth itself.
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