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MY LIFE WITHOUT STEVE

Australia, 1986 (MIFF 1986)

Director: Gillian Leahy

A discourse about romantic love obsession and abandonment. The film traces a year in La's life alter she has been rejected by her lover Steve A monologue composed of her diary pilings bits of books and unaccompanied love songs complements obsessive detailed shots of Liz's flat and the views of Industrial Sydney waterways out of her window.

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