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Bathing Boxes

Australia, 1995 (MIFF 1995, Fiction)

Director: Ann Turner

The ebb and flow of erotic desire makes for a summertime splash in this vibrant realisation by Ann Turner (Celm Dallas Doll). Inspired by a Jeffrey Smart painting, Turner's work starts out baking in the sun before it takes a cool dip beyond the sexual shoreline.

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