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Issue Details: First known date: 2004... 2004 One Perfect Day
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'One Perfect Day is the story of a gifted young musician, Tommy Matisse. Torn from the obsessive pursuit of his classical music career by the freak overdose of his younger sister, Tommy embarks on a path of self-discovery that winds its way into the heart of modern dance culture.' (Source: Screen Australia)

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Bad Australian Cinema, or How Watching One Perfect Day Made Me Want to Make a Bomb Christos Tsiolkas , 2004 single work criticism
— Appears in: Senses of Cinema , April - June no. 31 2004;
'Just what do recent Australian feature films amount to? According to Tsiolkas, bar an exception or two, not very much at all, leaving him with only a call to action.' (Editor's abstract)
Bad Australian Cinema, or How Watching One Perfect Day Made Me Want to Make a Bomb Christos Tsiolkas , 2004 single work criticism
— Appears in: Senses of Cinema , April - June no. 31 2004;
'Just what do recent Australian feature films amount to? According to Tsiolkas, bar an exception or two, not very much at all, leaving him with only a call to action.' (Editor's abstract)
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