Into Film Clubs
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Crime, Drama, Period and Historical, Thriller, Westerns
Set in 1929 in Australia’s Northern Territory where segregationist policies are in place, Aboriginal cattle-herder Sam is sent with his wife and niece to work for racist, abusive station owner Harry March. When March goes on a booze-fuelled rampage, an altercation occurs and Sam shoots him in what he claims is self-defence. Worried that the locals will take the law into their own hands, Sam and wife Lizzie go on the run across the vast rural landscapes as a posse gathers to hunt them down. ‘Sweet Country’ examines historical race relations, specifically the indigenous people and lands of Australia, through this epic drama full of arresting visuals.
American drama about racism in the Deep South in the 1940s through the eyes of two returning World War Two veterans.
14+ years 134 mins
Love story about two aboriginal 14-year-olds with bleak lives in a tiny, dirt-poor Australian community, who run off to the big city.
16+ years 100 mins
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Reading time 3 mins
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