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Derwent Envy

Australia, 1997 (MIFF 1998, Fiction)

Director: Sarah Watt

In 1998 twin sisters Annie and Pammie suffer a shock when their mother leaves their father after 39 years of marriage. Better known for her work in animation until now, Sarah Watt uses both live action and animation to recreate the childhood world of the twins as they reflect on their parent's relationship.

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