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The Brooklynn

Australia, 1977 (MIFF 1981, New Directors)

Director: Nick Vickers

A woman who arrives at the top floor of the Brooklynn Hotel is spirited down the stairs by a barrage of noises which distracts her from the fact that she is being followed.

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