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Dugong

Australia, 2006 (MIFF 2007)

Director: Erin White

Dugong

A prodigal son unexpectedly arrives with his dog for his younger brother's wedding. Family revelations persuade him to leave again, more of a loner than before. Film Victoria-funded, Dugong screened in International Competition at the Aspen Shortsfest in April 2007.


D/S Erin White P Melanie Brunt WS Feather Films Pty Ltd TD video/col/2006/19mins

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