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Mumbler

Belgium, 2007 (MIFF 2008, Shorts)

Director: Marc Roels and Wim Reygaert

Mumbler

A young man making his daily walk in the Flemish countryside meets the hostile inhabitants of the region. Special Jury Prize at Clermont Ferrand 08. Australian premiere.

D/S Marc Roels and Wim Reygaert P Stephanie Deleuze, Aine Clarke WS T42 Films TD DigiBeta/2007/22mins

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