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Hello, Hello, Hello

UK, 1995 (MIFF 1996, Fiction)

Director: David Thewlis

When copper Alf (Robert Pugh from Naked) catches artist Jo (Kathy Burke from Ab Fab) rifling through the contents of a skip late one night poetry, politics and art history head up the list of charges. Brit actor David Thewlis (Naked) makes his directing debut with this wonderfully obtuse little study of two very different people colliding in the night (TB)

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