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Genre: Psychiatric Thriller Year of issue: 1973 Somewhere outside the city there is a small experimental clinic where patients are allowed not to hide their fantasies and psychoses, but it is recommended, on the contrary, to stick them out. One patient nurses a doll, another patient walks in uniform ... They have an equal relationship with doctors, especially with the head physician, who invented all this. But once such therapy leads to the fact that one patient kills a doctor. In his place comes a young girl who has to get to know patients from scratch, so to speak ...
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