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Bushed

Australia, 1980 (MIFF 1981, Stephen French Animation)

Director: Stephen French

A displaced aboriginal meets a misplaced kangaroo Together they "travel the bush of Australia like true-born native men." But the bush has changed and they discover that "you can't go home again."

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