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When Your Feet Don't Touch The Ground

Australia, 2006 (MIFF 2007)

Director: Ross J Coulter

Marco...Polo......Bangers...mash......Strawberries...cream......' Memories of childhood exploits confront quotidian terrors.


D/P Ross J Coulter TD video/col/2006/2mins

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