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The Vegetable Mob

Australia, 1993 (MIFF 1994, Documentary)

Director: Carla Drago

This AFC-funded 'microdoc' cheerfully paints a backyard portrait of the filmmaker's Italian family and their passion for growing tomatoes. Their vegetable patch becomes symbolic both of memories of their home country and of the life they have made in Australia.

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