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Theorem - A Dream of Change

Australia, 1984 (MIFF 1984)

Director: David Morgan

A documentary record of controversial Aldo Gennaro and his unique concept of integration for people who are disabled— physically, intellectually or socially. ”Theorem"culminated in a magnificent performance of puppetry, mime and dance, with a cast of over 100, at the Melbourne Concert Hall in 1983.

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