Life Begins in January

Life Begins in January

| 58 min

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Life Begins in January, Michel Régnier, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • director
    Michel Régnier
  • images
    Michel Régnier
  • editing
    Michel Régnier
  • producer
    Jean Dansereau
  • sound
    Claude Lefebvre
  • sound editing
    Gilles Quintal