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Blow

Australia, 2001 (MIFF 2002, Fiction)

Director: Marie Craven

Rebecca, 15, is struggling with something big. Every morning, she sneezes violently. Exactly nine sneezes every time, her mother insists. Rebecca feels allergic to life, and needs to admit a big secret before she can blow these sneezes away.

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