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'Bangers' is a delight. Beautifully directed and photographed, and as good a piece of work from Blanchett as you could wish for in nine minutes of screen time. A witty and clever cameo, wonderfully rhythmic and redolent of most Australian kitchens since the invention of the wine-cask. And a climax to make Pro eat his heart out!
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