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Supermarket love song, A

UK, 2005 (MIFF 2006, Fiction Shorts)

Director: Daniel Outram

Supermarket love song, A

A streetwise teenage girl doing community service meets her match in a straight-talking pensioner obsessed with sex. Outram's story moves effortlessly between light and dark, as a fragile connection forms - then is tested


D/P Daniel Outram P Jenny Webb S Jack Thorne L English TD video/col/2005/14mins

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