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Bunny

Australia, 1994 (MIFF 1995, Youth Film Festival)

Director: Jackie Schulz

Four friends go spotlighting: you're 16, a bloke and live in the country what do you do? From dead and not so dead rabbits to the classroom an empowering look at young male identity that never lapses into moralising reasoning. Bunny is a short vignette about peer group pressure and positive outcomes.

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