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Jack the Rabbit

Australia, 1988 (MIFF 1988, Fiction)

Director: Peter Sdtirakis

Jack the Rabbit has escaped Jack has no scruples, no morals He hunts detective Mickey Juliette, as he was once hunted.

Mickey leaves a trail of broken hearts, Jack a trail of death one day they will meet Who will survive'

"This is just the beginning, Juliette "

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