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LAST WINTER

Canada, 1989 (MIFF 1992, Youth Film Festival)

Director: Aaron Kim Johnston

William lives with his family on a Canadian farm in the 1950's, and shares a bed with Grandpa Jack, sometimes they even share the same dreams.

When his parents decide to move to the big city for his father's new job, he is devastated. His last winter in Manitoba begins. Halloween, a mysterious white horse, and his 'kissin' cousin all contribute to make this year of change memorable in Will's life.

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