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Restored & Unseen: Stamping Ground (Director's Cut)

Hans Jürgen Pohland, George Sluizer / DE, 1970 / 92 min.

The director's cut of Stamping Ground, screened to  mark the 50th anniversary of the Holland Pop Festival, which for one weekend in 1970 offered peace, love and happiness to the appreciative crowd at the Kralingse Bos in Rotterdam. The mother of all Dutch pop festivals went down in history as the Dutch answer to Woodstock.

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Director

Hans Jürgen Pohland, George Sluizer

Production year

1970

Country

DE

Original title

Restored & Unseen: Stamping Ground (Director's Cut)

Length

92 min.

Subtitles

NLD

Format

DCP

Part of

Restored & Unseen

At last, a chance to see that Italian classic that’s been on the list for so long? Or relish that wonderful restoration of Blue Movie, the Netherlands’ most talked-about nude film of the seventies, when the Bijlmer district was still a sexual paradise? Restored & Unseen is a biweekly programme featuring classics and recent restorations, with introductions by experts.

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