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Can't Stop Breathing

Scotland (MIFF 2005, fiction)

Director: Amy Neil

Set in the lonely and isolated Scottish countryside, [Can't Stop Breathing] portrays the challenges faced by a young girl who looks after her mother.
D/S Amy Neil P Ravinda Basra WS Scottish Screen TD 35mm/col/ 2004/15mins

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