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Estranged teens Corey and Jonah, begrudgingly find themselves walking home together on Halloween 1997 - the last night of high school, embarking on a surreal journey through their memories, dreams and fears as they lay the ghosts of their past to rest.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

Director
Nicholas Verso
Writers
Nicholas Verso
Producer
John Molloy
Executive Producers
Michael Gudinski  Ian Kirk  Mick Molloy  Kevin Maloney  Jon Adgemis  Mark Morrissey
Dir. of Photography:
Marden Dean
Composer:
Darrin Verhagen
Editor:
Nicholas Verso
Production Designer:
Robert Webb
Cast
Toby Wallace - Gulliver McGrath - Mitzi Ruhlmann - Justin Holborow
Production Completion Date
2016
Genre
Drama
Production Company
Mushroom Pictures Pty Ltd
Australian Sales
Mushroom Pictures Pty Ltd
International Sales
Paradigm Talent Agency

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