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Rainbowarrior

USA, 2008 (MIFF 2008, Shorts)

Director: Tina Romero

At an oppressive institution for young women, one student realises that there might be more to life, setting the stage for revolution. Directed by Tina Romero, daughter of George A. Romero.


D Tina Romero TD miniDV/2008/12mins
Sun 27 July 5pm GU 2014

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