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Bulgare

USA, 1991 (MIFF 1992, Fiction)

Director: Fritz Feick

Set to the haunting strains of Schuberf's "Quin­tette A Cordes En Ut Majeur", Feick's acclaimed him takes us on a startling cinematic odyssey through New York City at night as a young boy strays from his father at Grand Cen­tral Station. (JB)

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