Release Date: January 1, 1980
Running time: 22m
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The final Duplicity in this series does seem a resolve with the term. All previous visual manifestations have been extended (thru four-roll superimpositions) to their limit. Obvious costumes and masks. Drama as an ultimate play for truth, and totemic recognition of human animal life-on-earth dominate all the evasions duplicity otherwise affords.
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