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Exhaust

UK, 1999 (MIFF 2000, Fiction)

Director: Suzi Ewing

It is a typical sunny day in urban London when Alan decides to wash his car until it shines like a prized jewel. On the other side of the road, Kelly (a young girl) is having her hair cut by her mother. She too becomes obsessed with Alan's car. Alan slides under the car on a mechanics trolley. Suddenly he hears two voices talking about car theft... but who is the real thief?

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