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The Tenth Man

Australia, 1989 (MIFF 1989)

Director: Mark Osborn

Give twelve minutes of your time to Ted Wilson the extravagantly coiffured, fashionably pallid bohemian beat poet and public television crusader. Take a roller-coaster ride through the junkyard of his modem conciousness

Ted's life as prime-time poetry. This is it. Here and now Fitzroy!

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