You Can Say Vagina
With a very relaxed approach to filmmaking, Siobhan Jackson and Mischa Baka – Jack Baka collectively – have created a very sedated, very unique Australian film. ” Matthew Eeles, Cinema Australia
Screening as part of the Australian New Wave series presented by Bill Mousoulis. Three bold new Australian indie features from emerging filmmakers. Intro and Q&A with the directors,
conducted by Philippa Hawker (film reviewer, The Australian). Melbourne Premiere.
“With a very relaxed approach to filmmaking, Siobhan Jackson and Mischa Baka – Jack Baka collectively – have created a very sedated, very unique Australian film.” – Matthew Eeles, Cinema Australia.
Synopsis: A young woman moves to a new city and finds herself describing vaginas for money, dancing with dogs, washing old men and falling apart. She’s fucked up and demanding answers.
- 71 MINS
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