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W.W.M.C.

Australia, 1994 (MIFF 1995, Documentary)

Director: Margie Medlin

This witty collection of vignettes profiles a city and some of the people that can be found there. A combination of a quirky shooting style and a discordant sound track effectively con­denses a variety of mood and texture into three minutes.

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