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Fuse

UK (MIFF 2005, fiction)

Director: Rob Fox

During a blackout, a little boy is playing with a box of matches when his father (David Hayman) comes home drunk. This visually stunning short drama is a remarkable portrayal of a father and his son.
D/S/P Rob Fox WS Fuse Films TD video/col, B&W/2004/9mins

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