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  • Sweet Country

    19 September 2017
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    Sweet Country
    Genre: Drama/Western
    Directed by: Warwick Thornton
    Written by: David Tranter, Steven McGregor
    Starring: Sam Neill, Bryan Brown, Hamilton Morris, Thomas M. Wright, Ewen Leslie, Gibson John, Natassia Gorey-Furber, Trevon Doolan, Tremayne Doolan, Matt Day, Anni Finsterer
    Release Date: 2017

    Watch the movie trailer of Sweet Country below:


    SWEET COUNTRY

    Movie Plot:
    Inspired by real events, Sweet Country is a period western set in 1929 in the outback of the Northern Territory, Australia. Aboriginal stockman Sam Kelly (Hamilton Morris) works the land of a kind preacher, Fred Smith (Sam Neill), living and laboring in a respectful, if diffident, harmony. But when a bitter and often-drunk war veteran named Harry March (Ewen Leslie) returns to town, trouble escalates and Sam is forced to kill in self-defense. Shocked, afraid, and with a deep distrust in the impartiality of settler authority, Sam and his wife, Lizzie (Natassia Gorey-Furber), go on the run. Urgently pursued by a posse led by Sergeant Fletcher (Bryan Brown) and Aboriginal tracker Archie (Gibson John), expert bushman Sam must ultimately decide which of several looming unknowns to face.

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    The Butterfly Tree

    31 August 2017
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    The Butterfly Tree
    Genre: Drama
    Directed by: Priscilla Cameron
    Written by: Priscilla Cameron
    Starring: Melissa George, Ewen Leslie, Ed Oxenbould, Sophie Lowe
    Release Date: 2017

    Watch the movie trailer of The Butterfly Tree below:


    THE BUTTERFLY TREE

    Movie Plot:
    When 13-year-old Fin (Ed Oxenbould) meets Evelyn (Melissa George), a florist with a penchant for 1940s fashion and a radiant appetite for life, he is drawn into her spellbinding world of plants and insects: it seems the perfect place to escape his ongoing grief over the death of his mother. But as Fin?s feelings for Evelyn bloom into a confusing mix of teenage desire and misplaced maternal love, it sets the stage for a showdown with his equally struggling father, Al (Ewen Leslie) ? especially when it become clear that Al is also falling for Evelyn.

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