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Witches

UK, 1991 (MIFF 1992, Fiction)

Director: Dominic Clemence

Sarah's father has disappeared; her mother, too, is lost to the adult world, fighting a private battle against the agony of rejection. But jeal­ousy, cruelty and pain are also the stuff of fairy tales, and Sarah has her own interpretation of the age-old story unfolding before her. (SB)

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