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Butcher's Wife, The

Australia, 2006 (MIFF 2007)

Director: Kylie J Plunkett

The filmmaker confronts her own family's story in an open and intimate account of the personal meaning and impact of domestic violence.


D/S Kylie Plunkett P Kylie Plunkett, Steve Thomas WS VCA School of Film and Television TD video/col/2006/11mins

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