The end of 2018 is here! But before we all head off for the Christmas holidays, let’s take a look at the blockbuster and highly anticipated titles that you could find in your local library in December – to get you through those long summer public holidays.
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This low-key film festival favourite explores relationships, connections and what it means to belong in this society – and in this world.