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Teenage Portraits

Australia, 1994 (MIFF 1995, Experimental)

Director: Greta Morton

A visual and musical celebration of contempo­rary Victorian teenagers in their social tribes. From all works of life, the country, coastal surfies, independents, private school students, mul­ticultural and koories face up and act out for the camera. Seeing must suffice.

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