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'A year after bushfire devastated the small mountainside town where she grew up, Annie leaves her city life and strained marriage and returns with her young daughter, Pip, to the scene of the destruction. Annie clearly isn’t coping with the lingering effects of the traumatic fire, which happened while she and Pip were staying at Annie’s childhood home, and which claimed the lives of many in the community. It quickly becomes clear that everyone who lived through it, including Annie’s mother and uncle, is similarly struggling to move on, expressing their trauma in myriad idiosyncratic ways. '

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