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Incongruous

Australia, 1984 (MIFF 1985)

Director: Paul Winkler

Ordinary city images of our daily city environment are photographically reshaped to produce a new set of seemingly incongruous images, revealing a black humour: after all, it's all just water off a duck's back.

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