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Friday, 6 April 2018

1920s Australia Is No 'Sweet Country' for Aboriginals

1920s Australia Is No 'Sweet Country' for Aboriginals
- Set in Alice Springs, Australia, in 1929, the movie tracks the fate of Sam (a fine Hamilton Morris), an Aboriginal stockman forced to flee after killing a white farmer in self-defense. Around this spare story, though, the director Warwick Thornton constructs a searing indictment of frontier racism as remarkable ...

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