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GEESE MATE FOR LIFE!

Australia, 1985 (MIFF 1985)

Director: Virginia Rouse

A time of reflected images in Elizabeth Keeble's life. Looking at the future but trapped by her past a marriage, two children and the traditions of the class system that she sees as inane, insane, or is it her? Christopher, her husband, believes all will be well only if Elizabeth retrieves the golf clubs from the pool.

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