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Judge Tracy

Canada, 2002 (MIFF 2002, Animation)

Director: Steve Evangelatos

Combining the perfumed scent of reality cop shows with the Eau de Vie of courtroom television broadcasts, Judge Tracy is a poke in the ribs to our modern perception of the law, justice and ballistics.

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