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Babakiueria tackles double standards by a directorial approach which... (Featherstone, 1986)
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Director, D.D. (Director). (Year). Title [Description]. Production Company.
De Broca, P. (Director). (1966). Le Roi de cœur [King of hearts] [Film]. Fildebroc.
Featherstone, D. (Director). (1986). Babakiueria [Film, extended ed. on DVD]. Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
Granik, D (Director). (2010). Winter's bone [Film]. Anonymous Content.
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