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Shelf Life

Australia, 1992 (MIFF 1992, Animation)

Director: Andrew Horne

The owner of a suburban delicatessen remi­nisces as he celebrates his 60th birthday and repels the invasion of a-new nearby conve­nience store. Clever, large-scale animation and colourful art direction faithful to the era. (RS)

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