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An Ordinary Woman

Australia, 1989 (MIFF 1989, Experimental)

Director: Sue Brooks

In the process of (representing an ordinary woman's life, this film explores questions of identity, representation and truth. In paying homage to the small moment, the snapshot, the ordinary; the film develops images of memory and mortality. - Alison Tilson

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