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Maidenhead

Australia, 1995 (MIFF 1995, Fiction)

Director: Marie Craven

Alice's existence is in a world where opposites collide, the mundane becomes sinister the sin­ister, mundane. Nothing is ever as easy as it first seems. Maidenhead is a series of acute observations of a tumultuous world. Is it reality or is it a dream?

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