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This is a very nice little film that I saw (I think) in 1980 when reviewing short subjects for the now defunct FILMEX in Los Angeles. It was certainly among the best of the bunch for that year.
It is unfortunate that a talented, sensitive filmmaker like Firstenberg as evidenced by his work in FOR THE SAKE OF A DOG has been stuck with doing action/ninja/karate films. He deserves better. Film audiences deserve better.
I am convinced that with the right opportunity and material Firstenberg could be recognized for what he deserves as an outstanding, quality filmmaker.
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