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Two Minus One

Poland, 1995 (MIFF 1996, Fiction)

Director: Jonathan Richardson

Michael is a young Polish boy who escapes from his unhappy family life and his insensitive father into his own world of dreams. One night as he searches for his pet mouse while his parents are asleep he finds his fathers gun. The gun gives him strength and power that changes him. (MJ)

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