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Dream of Love

Australia (MIFF 2005, documentary)

Director: Lawrence Johnston

The joys of love last but a short time. Through remarkably direct and intimate interviews, Melbourne filmmaker Lawrence Johnston allows us into his family as they ruminate on love and explore its joys and pains, based on the 59-year marriage of his parents.
D/S Lawrence Johnston P/WS Peter George TD video/col, B&W/ 2005/26mins

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