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Loafing

USA, 1997 (MIFF 1998, Fiction)

Director: Duane Lavoid

Male bonding through competition ensues when four unlikely characters converge on a New York public washroom. A light hearted and outrageously funny look at the veneers of class, money and social status - and how meaningless they all are when you've got your pants down.

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