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Antonio's Angel

Australia, 1992 (MIFF 1992, Fiction)

Director: Polly Watkins

Suburban Melbourne area 1966 Antonio loves Anna, is passionate about Doctor Zlnvago and, despite religious guilt, tempted by opportuni­ties for infidelity Strange happenings are a-foot' The film, full of irony and comic mischief, is a cross between a contemporary folktale and a medieval morality play — with just a dash of the occult (AH)

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