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An Australian artist far away from home decides to become a Gauguin primitive moves to a deserted island on the Great Barrier Reef. When he arrives, he discovers the island is populated by a drunken old harridanand her attractive granddaughter.
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A provocative watch, featuring an interesting early performance from Helen Mirren.
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