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Nan is in a Box

Australia, 1994 (MIFF 1995, Animation)

Director: Susan Stamp

Susan Stamp's hand-drawn underomera anima­tion explores grief as experienced by both child and adult. There is a quiet eloquence that seems to emanate from the film's understatement.

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