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Film Noir

Australia, 1996 (MIFF 1996, Fiction)

Director: Michael Liu

A disciplined and restrained philosophical discussion between two filmmakers about the dreaded Tarculiiio /actor and the state of Australian cinema. A teaspoon. A broken camera. Some blood Considerable profanity. Further proof that it "takes guts to make an Australian film." (TB)

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