Let there be light (1946)

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Let there be light


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Title Let there be light
Year of production 1946
Country of production États-Unis
Director(s)
Duration 58 minutes
Format Parlant - Noir et blanc - 35 mm
Original language(s)
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Documentaire

Synopsis

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  • Archival footage  : No.
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  • Images featured in other films : No.

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Presentations and events associated with the film

Ce film a fait partie de la sélection Un certain regard du Festival de Cannes en 1981.

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Description

References and external documents

C. A. Morgan III, From Let there be light to Shades of Grey: the construction of authoritative knowledge about combat fatigue (1945-1948) in Signs of life, Cinema and Medicine, edited by Graeme Harper and Andrew Moor, Wallflower Press, London and New York, 2005.


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