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Goodbye, Johnny Ray

Australia, 1979 (MIFF 1980, Film School Films)

Director: Michael Harvey

Two middle-aged people meet, correspond and come together one afternoon in the park... in which they briefly exchange the lost hopes and dreams of their youth, for a fleeting moment of happiness.

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