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> >> The Smithsonian Institution Libraries is currently running an exhibition
> >> entitled, "Tunnels! A Celebration." The exhibition covers the technological
> >> and social issues involving many types of tunnels.
> >>
> >> Martin R. Kalfatovic
> >> Smithsonian Institution Libraries
> >> LIBEM071 @ SIVM.SI.EDU
> >> LIBEM071 @ SIVM (BITNET)
> >>
> >There is a French film, made by a famous auteur in the 50's, about living
> >in tunnels after the world has been through the big nuclear war...I can't
> >remember the name, but probably Cal Prylock or someone will know who
> >and what this is...I think you should definitely do something with air-raid
> >shelters underground, since this was a major theme in the 1950's....and
> >the Moscow subway system...that's an incredibly tunnelling job...and subways
> >in general...there's that great scene from Dressed to Kill in the subway--
> >I'm only joking about that one...
> >
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>   -Could the French film be LA JETE, by Chris Marker?
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Yes...Ira, that's it!!!! Thanks...
      Sandy
 
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