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Family Man

Australia, 2008 (MIFF 2008, Shorts)

Director: Hugh Sullivan

Family Man

Tod Tasker wakes from a drunken binge and realizes he has missed his daughter's birthday. A humorous celebration of dysfunctional parenting, and the love that it sometimes belies. World premiere.

D/S Hugh Sullivan P Jessica Redenbach TD digibeta/2008/8mins

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