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Milk and a Cup of Tea

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

Director: Ester Haskell

Sort of green and hot and sticky with plenty of bush tucker. Two white fellas end up amongst the tropical languidity of Melville Island. They learn, as Momma Blanche says "You mob got no dirty, filthy, stinking, rotten manners"

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