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Bill, A Lone Parent

Australia, 1980 (MIFF 1980, Programme 17)

Director: Barbara Chobocky

Bill has two children, Mandy aged 18 months, and Jamie, three years. He has been a single parent since Mandy was three months old. This film looks at an ordinary day with Bill and the children, while he talks about the problems and joy of his family life.

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