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Kangaroo (Burstall, 1986)

It’s easy to imagine this being considered a highly prestigious project at the time; adapted from an esteemed literary source – D.H.Lawrence’s barely-disguised autobiographical re-telling of his brief flirtation with Australian post-war society – … 810 more words

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Dingo (de Heer, 1991)

Funded partially by French interests, necessitating an obligatory subplot set in Paris, Rolf de Heer’s forgotten drama from 1991, Dingo, remains an earnest metaphor and impassioned exhortation for preserving the wildest dreams of ordinary men. 670 more words

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Let us Celebrate Leo McKern - a day in Canberra

I bumped my head on the beam of my own absurdity as I walked around Canberra’s great big lake. I risked a walk without hat or factor 50 unaware of the high, hot sun. 853 more words

AUSTRALIA DAY (2017) starring Bryan Brown directed by Kriv Stenders

Another winning & wholesome drama from Australia.  Gritty, hard-hitting touching on contemporary & modern issues, AUSTRALIA DAY seems to be a gripping and enlightening  film. 56 more words

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UNindian (2015) starring Brett Lee directed by Anupam Sharma

A quirky & refreshing film about love, society, culture, traditions,  and marriage set in spectacular & stunning country of Australia.  Australian cricketeer Brett Lee is a natural.  19 more words

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THREE SUMMERS (2017) directed by Ben Elton starring Michael Caton

Yet another novel, different & quirky film from Australia directed by the top-notch director Ben Elton with Australian icon Michael Caton. 6 more words

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