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White Woman

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

Director: Anne-Marie Crawford

She hides in little cracks. She is able to get herself in behind the edges of doors. She can squeeze herself into these maze-like crevices and go in and in, further and further inside so that no-one can find her

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