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Monday, June 22, 2009


A lost Australian cinema classic is getting a re-release across Australia after almost 30 years.
One of the most honest, uncompromising and brutal films ever produced in this country. The film that began the 70s new wave and inspired the likes of Bruce Beresford and Peter Weir. It was nominated for a Golden Palm award upon it's selection and release in 1971 and is only the second film to be inducted into Cannes Film Festival Classics section as of 2009. Shown for only 6 weeks upon it's initial release in Australia, it went on to run for an astonishing 10 months in France. I recommend viewing this treasure, for it's incredible style, brutal realism, brilliant character observation, unrelenting portrayal of the Australian outback and one of the few films that shows us how we really are, like it or not.
Starts June 25th at Nova in Melbourne.


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