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Intransit

Australia, 1999 (MIFF 2000, Fiction)

Director: Mike Daley

Intransit depicts a boy's journey into his own dark underworld where he is confronted by a vengeful father figure. Suggesting much, but clarifying little, this film is a powerful expression of teenage angst and dislocation.

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