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2016 Directed by Daniel Ragussis. United States: Lionsgate Premiere.Google Scholar
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2001 Directed by Henry Bean. United States: Seven Arts Pictures.Google Scholar
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2006 Directed by Shane Meadows. UK: Warp Films.Google Scholar