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Lustful

Australia (MIFF 2005, fiction)

Director: Ali Kasapoglu

At a public swimming pool one hot summer afternoon, the electric sexual tensions of young love and lust are played out. Local filmmaker Ali Kasapoglu takes us to the brink between childhood and adulthood in this beautifully observed drama.
D/S Ali Kasapoglu P Fleur Arnold WS VCA School of Film & Television TD video/col/2004/9mins

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