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Crocodile Dreaming

Australia, 2006 (MIFF 2007)

Director: Darlene Johnson

Crocodile Dreaming

A modern day, supernatural myth about two estranged brothers who are brought together through the spirit of their mother.


D/S Darlene Johnson P Sue Milliken WS Samson Productions Pty Ltd TD 35mm/col/2007/26mins

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