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14 AUGUST 2012

Avondale Dogs: a young boy's relationship with his dying mother

"A young boy grapples with something bigger than he realises: the love within himself brought into focus through his relationship with his dying mother and this love's power of transcendence in times of pain and loss. A multi–award winning film."

(New Zealand Film Commission)

Fig.1 duration: 15 Minutes, ratio: 35mm, B&W, language: Maori Language.

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199435mmAotearoa New ZealandAustralasia • Avondale Dogs • black and white • Caleb Ross • children • Damien Lay • David Coulson • dying • dying mother • eel • Glynis Paraha • Gregor Nicholas • Ian Paul • Jim Wilkins • kiwi short filmslossMaori • Melinni Blake • motherNew Zealand cinema • Rhondda Findleton • short film • smokehouse • Stephen Hall • The Coming of Age of The New Zealand Short Filmyoung boyyoung girl

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Simon Perkins
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