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In 1960s rural Australia, four singing sisters find their talents routinely underappreciated because of the colour of their skin. Frustrated, they turn to boozy Irish talent scout Dave, who convinces them to swap country music for soul, Sydney for Saigon, and seek their fortune entertaining US troops in Vietnam. Based on the real-life experiences of the writer's mother, this is a warm, comic tale, with genuine substance underneath all the sequinned glamour. In depicting the struggles of Aboriginal Australians alongside the similar inequality experienced by African-American GIs, The Sapphires highlights how comparably under-represented the Australian civil rights movement is.
Contains discriminatory language and mild language, sex and threat.
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Three drag queens make their way to a performance in rural Australia, encountering both prejudice and support, in this hilarious moving road movie.
A motley assortment of musicians is united by a young man's vision of bringing soul music to Dublin in this against-the-odds comedy.
Powerful film set in 1930s Australia, where children born to mixed-race parents were often taken from their Aboriginal mothers by the state.
Warm-hearted spoof on ballroom dancing from Baz Luhrmann, in which a shy dancer falls for the maverick son of a local dance school owner.
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