Cotton Mill, Treadmill Trailer

Cotton Mill, Treadmill Trailer (1976)

13 October 1976 Factual 159 mins

Director Denys Arcand made an inquiry on textile industry in Quebec, meeting employers and workers of that industry.

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Canada 13 October 1976

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