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Fish

Australia (MIFF 2005, fiction)

Director: Eron Sheean

A boy who makes treasure out of trash meets a girl who thinks that's what she is. Together they explore each other's wasteland. Staring Kane McNay ([Mallboy]) and Melia Naughton, Sheean's [Fish] beautifully depicts young lives on the fringe.
D/S Eron Sheean P Jason Byrne WS Erogenous Productions TD 35mm/ col/2005/13mins

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