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The Bird that Chirped on Bathurst

Directed by Midi Onodera
Canada, 1981 (avant-garde, 4 minutes, black and white)

Film Description:
"The intermittently heard voice-over talks about a woman's self-awareness -- being unable to know if she has really changed or not. The images are esoteric and hard to interpret: young women in black in various urban settings, something moving rhythmically. A personal, yet intriguing film."
-- Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (source)

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