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The Rink – National Film Board of Canada

From the National Film Board of Canada, this is Quebec director Gilles Carle’s The Rink. Details we noticed on this idyllic Sunday in 1962: everyone’s warm breath in the cold air, there are no helmets on the hockey players, there are no visible logos or designs on the clothes like there are today, that ladder obstacle course looks fun, and bright red coats look absolutely amazing against the white snow and ice.

Watch more winter videos, including this 2012 ice skating on the Amsterdam canals vid.

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