A Day in the Country

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Jenny

Wonderfully bittersweet film. Can't watch it without seeing his father's paintings. Criterion DVD has an essay which talks about its sad history. A real treat!

I borrowed from Santa Monica Library. Can't wait to see again! It's been on my mind. Thanks for including this charming, ...Read more

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