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form y separately published work icon Castor and Pollux single work   film/TV  
Alternative title: Castor and Pollux : A Tale of Two Spiritual Brothers
Issue Details: First known date: 1973... 1973 Castor and Pollux
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Named after two Roman gods, Castor and Pollux is a documentary that contrasts the lives of two middle-aged brothers: Adrian Rawlins, a soft-spoken gay bohemian and champion of counter-culture values, and Gus, a totally anarchic, right-wing biker from the Finks Motorcycle Club. Both are leaders in their alternative movements. The film shows, however, that they are quite similar, particularly in their desire to question or rebel against conventional living.

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y separately published work icon Phillip Noyce : Backroads to Hollywood Ingo Petzke , Sydney : Pan Macmillan Australia Macmillan (Pan Macmillan Australia) , 2004 Z1142316 2004 single work biography
y separately published work icon Phillip Noyce : Backroads to Hollywood Ingo Petzke , Sydney : Pan Macmillan Australia Macmillan (Pan Macmillan Australia) , 2004 Z1142316 2004 single work biography
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