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  • Posted by Suzan R on 20/01/2010 08:25
  • I wonder when they\'ll be in Sydney. Hopefully in Hyde Park!

  • Posted by Robbie Walsh on 20/01/2010 10:41
  • Love it! Cool idea. When are we gonna have this in Australia?

  • Posted by Summer White on 20/01/2010 13:02
  • This is a great idea. Open air cinema throughout the cialis vs levitra whole year! (minus rainy days, of course)

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