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Sunday in Melbourne

Australia, 1958 (MIFF 2011, Melbourne on Film Program 1)

Director: Gil Brealey

An experiment in the creative use of colour visuals, natural sound and dialogue commentary, this film shows the loneliness of the aimless wanderers in the city streets contrasted with those who have companionship on their Sunday.

Directed by Gil Brealey (1958)

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