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Celia

UK, 1989 (MIFF 1990, The Media Show)

An interview with the Australian director of Celia about her film, on the eve of its British release. (Of particular interest due to the film's poor reception in Australia which has resulted in it passing largely unnoticed by the Australian public).

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