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With an almighty sneeze, Jack accidentally transformed Flinders Street Station into a giant fish monster. Unintentionally outing the existence of Wizards in suburban Australia was not Jack's plan and now a nationwide ballot threatens to deport his people back to their treacherous magical realm. We follow Jack as he tries to rally his local community (Footscray) around rights for the previously clandestine magical beings - whilst simultaneously trying to dissuade other members of the Wizard community to stop making such arses of themselves.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

Cast
Michael Shanks
Production Completion Date
2015
Production Company
LateNite Films
International Sales
Rockzeline

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