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The Arrival

Switzerland, 2000 (MIFF 2001, Documentary)

Director: Fernand Helgar

On a cold, early morning a couple and their young son Bruno journey from Iheir home to the airport in Geneva. They will endure an emotional day of suspense and uncer­tainty for a meeting that will permanently alter their lives.

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