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Following in the footsteps of his director father Ken, first-time feature director Jim Loach here delivers a powerful social issue drama. It tells the true story of Nottingham social worker Margaret Humphreys and her discovery of an unjust government practice of the last century – the forced migration of children from the UK to Australia. Slow and restrained, the film holds back on emotional punch - but the facts alone are harrowing. Many of these children were wrongly told their parents were dead, and were promised oranges and sunshine only to find nothing but harsh treatment.
A rich, intriguing, surprisingly funny film about Australia's Aboriginal population and about storytelling itself.
14+ years 87 mins
Powerful film set in 1930s Australia, where children born to mixed-race parents were often taken from their Aboriginal mothers by the state.
7+ years 89 mins
A strange and haunting story set in the outback of Australia about a lost brother and sister who learn survival from an Aborigine boy.
11+ years 100 mins
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