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The Bloody Nose

USA, 1992 (MIFF 1993, Fiction)

Director: Don McKellar

Tracey has a cigarette and dances to a jazz solo. She gets a nosebleed. Her boyfriend comes home. Two people hear news of a friend's affair. A fleeting moment; a peek in a neighbours win­dow, or just another wild night in Toronto?

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