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Brave

Australia, 1994 (MIFF 1995, Fiction)

Director: Alfredo Peyretti

A gritty tale of misguided revenge set in the underbelly of Sydney where, in the world of the homeless identity is hard to come by and harder to keep and trivial possessions become things worth fighting for . Tough and bleak in its outlook Brave is a film that s not afraid to be brutal.

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