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A Few Small Dreams

Australia, 1994 (MIFF 1994, Youth Film Festival)

Director: Sasha Hadden

Dad rushes mum to the maternity ward, and leaves the four young kids at home, and Dad's also locked the dog in who's eating all the rocky road, but the kids are locked out, and the iron has been left on, and the babysitter can't get her dress out of the locked jammed car door, and the mayhem continues and continues and continues. No spoken dialogue but lots of fun and exciting action as the kids attempt to save the house and most importantly the rocky road! All ends happily as the new babies arrive and all are re-united. Sure to delight and keep young and old laughing in the aisles!

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