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Going Equipped

UK (MIFF 1991, Fiction)

Director: Peter Lord

A young man who has spent almost half his life in penal institutions, reflects on life, inside and outside the clink. His criminal career is illustrated by a series of memories and impressions while he provides a sharp, ironic commentary.

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