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Disappeared

Australia, 2001 (MIFF 2001, Documentary)

Director: Cathy Johnstone

A short, experimental documentary belaying the disappear­ance of frogs in the nverways, and the death of a young father. Using strong images, this film explores the sadness of unexplained loss of human life and the environment.

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