Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
In this reworking of Ibsen’s play The Wild Duck, an estranged son returns to his family home after a long period away in order to attend his wealthy father’s wedding. Finding his father aloof, and the town economically disenfranchised with its vital timber industry under severe strain, he is nevertheless pleased to be reunited with an old friend, his wife and their teenage daughter. He also discovers a long-buried family secret and sets about trying to make things right. However, his actions threaten to have unintentionally devastating consequences for the community. Dealing with delicate, often traumatic issues with sensitivity, this is a raw, powerful film of great beauty and insight into the human condition.
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
Realistic "slice of life" film from '80s Britain, showing an ordinary London family struggling with life in a country with soaring unemployment.
16+ years 102 mins
Gripping Australian drama about several troubled relationships revolving around the discovery of a dead woman's body and touching on racial politics.
16+ years 115 mins
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