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Australia (MIFF 2007)

Director: Pauline Whyman

One day unfolds through the eyes of 12 year old Janine when she goes with her foster parents to meet her biological family for the first time

D/S Pauline Whyman P Kath Shelper TD video/col/2007/5mins

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