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Endiang

Canada, 1992 (MIFF 1993, Documentary)

Director: Steve Cosens

Endiang explores the gulf, a tragic landscape between Grandfather and Grandson, between a man who has lost his memory and the grand­son who returns to Endiang, Alberta, in an attempt to connect with him. A film about memory loss and the immensity of the Canadi­an prairie.

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