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catch fish

Australia, 2006 (MIFF 2007)

Director: Adam Arkapaw

catch fish

A reclusive Chinese harp player uses his imagination and a fish to bring a sparkle to his otherwise repressed & discontented life.


D/S Adam Arkapaw WS Sasha Whitehouse TD 35mm/col/2006/9mins

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