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Stik

Australia, 1987 (MIFF 1988, Documentary)

Director: Stewart Carter

'Stik' lives by his wits on the streets of Melbourne. Stewart Carter and his crew spent weeks with 'Stik' in order to film this slice of life. A second year Swinburne project

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