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STREET KIDS

Australia, 1982 (MIFF 1983)

Director: Rob Scott, Leigh Tilson

Street Kids is the result of Leigh Tilson and Rob Scott having moved into a sleazy boarding house in St. Kilda, spending several months on the streets, befriending the homeless youngsters and gaining their confidence. The film is an unvarnished account of the lives of the kids the filmmakers befriended.

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