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Being Bradford Dillman

Pale-skinned Molly Flowers leads a miserable existence. Her mother drinks all day long and the boys give her a hard time whenever she’s out-of-doors. When Molly is struck by an arrow her mother has no desire to listen to her whinging. She’d better not moan about boys because Molly herself was born a boy. Molly’s Mum has no idea what a cataclysmic admission this is.

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A tale of a mother and daughter relationship, shadowed by alcohol, loneliness and a dislike of boys.
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Copyright © 2011 Emma Burch

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Sedicicorto: International Film Festival Forlì
1 Oct – 7 Oct | Forlì, Italy
9 Feb – 17 Feb | Antwerpen, Belgium

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