Hasten Slowly: The Journey of Sir Laurens van der Post Trailer

Hasten Slowly: The Journey of Sir Laurens van der Post Trailer (1997)

01 January 1997 62 mins

An hour-long documentary about author Laurens van der Post, whose autobiographical novel was the basis for the film "Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence" directed by Nagisa Oshima.

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