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The Smell that Killed Him

Australia, 2001 (MIFF 2001, Fiction)

Director: Mark Hanlin

A tantalising smell draws an old man from his deathbed. Overcoming severe obstacles, he finally reaches the source of the smell - the smell that kills him. (Not screen­ing in odourama)

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