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The Clean-up

USA, 1992 (MIFF 1993, Fiction)

Director: Jane Weinstock

When Carver came into Anna's life she thought she'd met her match. They were both obsessed by detail. She's an architect. He's a plastic sur­geon. They both would have died for perfec­tion. Now Anna has made her mind up. It will be messy, and she hates messes. But she has to cut him out of her life — permanently!

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