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Greetings From Wollongong

Australia, 1981 (MIFF 1982, 4 Films by Australian Women Filmmakers)

Director: Mary Callaghan

Set in Wollongong, where the steel industry dominates not only the landscape but also the life of the community, the film traces a day in the lives of four adolescents faced with the problems of unemployment and limited prospects.

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