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The Lion in the Doorway

Australia, 1983 (MIFF 1983)

Director: Prabhubodha John Walker

Bush roads-(emus cross suddenly before the footlights) - Pierrot's driving relationships are wrong. The new bush or the old bush? (A cowboy Icarus spinning tiny in a comer of the sky, with a roll your own.)

A remarkable satirical first film by Prabhubodha John Walker.

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