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Whole Heart

Australia (MIFF 2005, fiction)

Director: Tracie Mitchell

A woman waits at a bus stop, ready to move on with her life. But first she must let go of all that holds her back. The story of a woman caught between her past and her future, [Whole Heart] stars stars Mia Hollingworth with John Brumpton and James Brennan.
D/S Tracie Mitchell P/WS Twirling Shelia Productions TD video/ col/2005/10mins

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