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Embrace

Australia, 1988 (MIFF 1988, Australian Super-8 Programme)

Director: Bill Mousoulis

"In the explosive point of contact between what the star actually projects, and what the fan longingly invests, a soul is born" -Adrian Martin

"Confessions of a Mask" Cinema Papers March '88

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