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Scratch

UK, 1991 (MIFF 1992, Fiction)

Director: Jamie Thraves

Dougie has a habit. It is a very, very, annoying habit, especially for his dad: all day, every day, for twenty years, Dougie has scratched his head. Dad decides to take the matter out of Dougie's hands. But being bound, immobilized and itchy as hell makes Dougie very, very annoyed himself. (SB)

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