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Love Song

Australia, 1998 (MIFF 1999, Animation)

Director: Bruce Currie

Love is a dangerous game to play, but if you're a rat in love with a cat the stakes are even higher. Bearing gifts and a special love song, the rat embarks on his treacherous mission prepared for the worst. Bruce Currie's unique design combined with the voice of comic talent Paul Livingston (Flacco), makes Love Song an original and refreshing piece of 3D computer animation.

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