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He Died With a Felafel in His Hand

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama, Comedy
Release Date:October 17, 2001
Running time:107 minutes
Cast:Noah Taylor, Emily Hamilton, Romane Bohringer, Alex Menglet, Brett Stewart
Director:Richard Lowenstein
Producer:Richard Lowenstein, Andrew McPhail, Domenico Procacci
Writer:Richard Lowenstein
Distributor:Intra Films

Description: Confused 20-something Danny has experienced every possible living situation. As he moves from Brisbane to Melbourne to Sydney, Danny lives with a number of odd housemates. The only constant through these years of change is his friendship with levelheaded Sam. As Danny continues his flight across Australia, Sam appears on his doorstep periodically to instill some order into his itinerant life.

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