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A Decent Bloke

Australia, 1993 (MIFF 1994, Fiction)

Director: Andrew Narozny

Old Joyce and Kevin Harvey are nice country people but a couple of real duds. Young Roy, their boarder, knows what's what and advises them on all matters financial. Sort of a bloke you can trust, I suppose. A cleverly written and acted comedy, knee deep in the Australian vernacular.

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