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Phoenix Gazette

Netherlands, 1975 (MIFF 1976)

Director: Walter Bal

Based on a report that appeared in the Phoenix Gazette, the film tells the story of a twenty-one year old girl who, in punishment for having slept out with her boyfriend, is ordered by her parents to shoot and bury her pet dog.

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