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End of Town

Australia, 2005 (MIFF 2006, Fiction Shorts)

Director: Julius Avery

A girl stands on a lonely road looking into the distance and into her future, “…a moody, jangly score by the Devastations and striking cinematography by Adam Arkapaw.” - Adrian Martin, The Age


D/S Julius Avery P Simon Meyers WS VCA School of Film and Television L English TD video/col/2005/15mins

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