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Three in a Million

Australia, 1959 (MIFF 1959, Programme 22)

Director: Jennie Blackwood

The story of three of the million migrants who reached Australia after the end of the war. An Italian boy in Melbourne, an Englishwoman on a South Australian farm, and a German scientist working on the Snowy Mountains scheme; all of them, in their different ways, contributing to the development of their adopted country.

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