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Broken

Australia, 2001 (MIFF 2001, Fiction)

Director: Victoria Batchelor

Shelley uses her parents handycam to record her final year break-up party and ends up filming what breaks inside her. Shot completely in one take, this film is disarmmgly real in both style and performance Please Note this film contains scenes that may offend some viewers.

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