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Rarg

UK, 1988 (MIFF 1989, Children's Film Festival)

Director: Tony Collingwood

Rarg is a perfect place So perfect that the sun will not rise until everyone is awake In Rarg there is a story of a Senator, a professor, forty intelligent babies and a man called Edwin To say any more would only complicate the surrealist plot

An impressive debut from Tony Collingwood National Film and Television School (UK) Narrated by Nigel Hawthorne Length: 96 mins

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