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Spree

Australia, 1991 (MIFF 1991, Experimental)

Director: Pietro Iorlano

A student film that is erratic and grainy in form and characterised by the arbitrary nature of its subject matter. Ultimately subversive, the coherence of Spree hinges on rapid cutting and discontinuity. (SC)

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