How would you like it if?

Australia, 1978

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A film about moral issues based on the philosophy ‘Think about the deed before you do it - consider other people’. Dramatised excerpts of unsocial behaviour are presented followed by questions asked about the incident portrayed. The content includes examples of wrecking an older brother’s paintings, swearing, shoplifting, school fights and ethnic discrimination.

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Nicholas Cockram

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Slater Sound Studio

South Australian Film Corporation


Brian Hannant



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