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Violence in the Cinema Pt 1

Australia, 1971 (MIFF 2008, Focus on Ozploitation )

Director: George Miller

Screens with Razorback.

George Miller's Violence in the Cinema Part 1 was a multiple award-winner on the international film festival circuit.

Print courtesy of the National Film and Sound Archive.


D/S George Miller P Byron Kennedy, George Miller TD 35mm/1971/12mins

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