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The Forgotten Village

Directed by Herbert Kline, Alexander Hammid
United States, 1941
Documentary, Drama

Synopsis

In this powerful 68-minute documentary is an unnamed, poverty-stricken Mexican community. In grim detail, the film records the life-cycle of a typical peasant family, from birth to death. The narration was written by John Steinbeck.

Synopsis

In this powerful 68-minute documentary is an unnamed, poverty-stricken Mexican community. In grim detail, the film records the life-cycle of a typical peasant family, from birth to death. The narration was written by John Steinbeck.

The Forgotten VillageDirected byHerbert Kline, Alexander Hammid

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Awards & Festivals

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Venice Film Festival
1949
National Board of Review
1941 | Winner: Best Documentary

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