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Zoo, The

Australia, 2012 (MIFF 2013)

Director: Sophie Hayward

A surreal and absurdist black comedy set during a dinner party where the line between civilisation and pack animal behaviour disappears altogether.

World Premiere.

D/S Sophie Hayward P Ruth Morris WS VCA School of Film & Television TD HD Cam/2012

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