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The sum of us / David Stevens
Bib ID 655799
Format BookBook
Author
Stevens, David, 1940-
 
Description Sydney : Currency Press, 1995 
79 p., [2] p. of plates : ports. (some col.) ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0868194417 (paperback)
Notes

"Reading script ... includes only those camera directions which are essential to the story" --T.p. verso.

"Winner of the best screenplay award at the 1994 Montreal International Film Festival ... voted best popular film at the 1994 Sydney Film Festival."

Includes bibliographic references.

Subjects Homosexuality - Drama.  |  Fathers and sons - Drama.  |  Motion picture plays.

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