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Hungary, 1970 (MIFF 1971, Programme 2)

Director: Judit Vas

This is a repetition of the social and psychological experiments of Kurt Levin with small children. The object of the experiments was the demonstration of differences between the various communal climates (educational atmospheres) and guidance methods: voluntariness, libertinism and blind obedience.

4 main prizes, Oberhausen 1970

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