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Art of Drowning

Australia, 1992 (MIFF 1992, Youth Film Festival)

Director: Jaems Grant

Tommy and Ruth are friends living in a fishing town. Tommy's dad wants him to be a fisher­man, Tommy wants to be a painter. An old painter arrives in the area and his presence exerts a strong influence on Tommy.

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