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Don’t Have, Don’t Give

Poland, 2002 (MIFF 2002, Fiction)

Director: David Turner

A writer returns to his hometown in the Polish rust belt, rekindling an old sibling rivalry. No one is what they seem in this beautifully observed study of the tension between personal freedom and familial duty.

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