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Little Things, The

New Zealand (MIFF 2005, fiction)

Director: Reina Webster

Where do you go when it's your fourteenth birthday and nobody has noticed' Reina Webster's moving short drama of a young girl and her neighbour is an insightful portrayal of a girl left alone.
D/S Reina Webster P Catherine Fitzgerald WS New Zealand Film Commission TD 35mm/col/2004/12mins

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