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You Like It I Love It

Australia, 2012 (MIFF 2013)

Director: James Vaughan

Two brothers killing time in a series of ambiguous vignettes that create a mood both playful and unnerving, taking us through the looking glass of middle-class Australia.

D/S James Vaughan P Olivia Hantken TD DCP/2012

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