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April 17, 2006 | Susan King
"Somersault," an erotic and expressive study of a 16-year-old girl's sexual awakening, received 13 Australian Institute Awards, including best film of 2004, best actress and best director. The wins, though, were a double-edged sword for writer-director Cate Shortland. "It was a really difficult year in Australian film," said Shortland, who made her feature directorial debut with "Somersault."
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April 17, 2006 | Susan King
"Somersault," an erotic and expressive study of a 16-year-old girl's sexual awakening, received 13 Australian Institute Awards, including best film of 2004, best actress and best director. The wins, though, were a double-edged sword for writer-director Cate Shortland. "It was a really difficult year in Australian film," said Shortland, who made her feature directorial debut with "Somersault."
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