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Station, The

Australia (MIFF 2005, fiction)

Director: Karen Colston

Like taking a deep breath and holding it for 90 seconds, this one-shot film captures the high-pressure act of waiting. Starring Brandon Burke and Jeanette Cronin, Karen Colston's film highlights how our private lives are played out in a public space.
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