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GREENAWAY

USA, 1981 (MIFF 1982)

Director: Sue Gilbert

The film is a portrait of an aristocratic American couple living on their own island (Greenaway Island), and explores wealth and its manifestations from the perspective of an 'insider' Old values predominate, and there is a poignant ending with the couple's realization that they are a vanishing breed

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