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The Germ of an Idea

Australia, 1985 (MIFF 1986)

Director: John Evan Hughes

Two hybrid characters become fixated by an idea. As they talk to each other they become more and more obsessed with the idea, but the more they talk the less capable they are of translating their ideas into action. Witty, wicked and kinky in concept innovative in use of animation

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