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Reconstruction

Canada, 1995 (MIFF 1996, Documentary)

Director: Laurence Green

Home movie documentary and abstract imagery combine to uncover the layers of truths of a family history that absorbs the viewer in this assured and elegant piece of filmmaking. (KH)

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