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Poetry

Australia, 2007 (MIFF 2007)

Director: Sian Davies

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The aches and the awkwardness of growing up and the explorations and possibilities of new relationships set Cate and Maddie, two adolescent girls, on different paths. A poem extended to Cate from a boy brings them apart, and what they learn about themselves brings them back together.


D/S Sian Davies P Bridget Lloyd-Jones TD video/col/2007/20mins

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