Alfalfa (9 mins)
From the director of Love and Death on Long Island (1997), Alfalfa offers a witty and exuberantly punning queer dictionary, hell-bent on subverting the Queen’s English. Repeat after me: ‘C’ is for ‘clone’... ‘R’ is for...
Directed by Richard Kwietniowski
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