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  3. Death in Brunswick is a Australian black comedy/romance starring Sam Neill, Zoe Carides and John bluesrock.manalasagamanaragroshakar.infoinfo is based on the comic novel of the same name by Boyd Oxlade.. At the APRA Music Awards of , "Death in Brunswick" won Film Score of the bluesrock.manalasagamanaragroshakar.infoinfo by: Phil Judd, Peter Volaris.
  4. Laurie’s Farewell Carl’s Second Confession Bombay Bombing Forgiveness Cheap And Nasty The Very Last Straw Mahler’s Symphony No.5 “Adagietto” (Excerpt) Carl’s Third Confession (Includes Sam Neill film dialogue). Leventikos Horos * Death In Brunswick Composer Philip Judd: Composer Phil Judd is too well known to go into too much.
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  7. Death in Brunswick makes it into the cut at around the 13 and a half minute mark, with Clarke's opening joke that John Ruane would be known in New Zealand as John Ruanayyy The documentary team caught the feature unit when they were shooting on a sodden Sydney road, and Clarke talks of New Zealand film, life in Melbourne, the role of satire.

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