1901, Pietersburg, Transvaal. Lt. Harry 'Breaker' Morant (Edward Woodward) and two other officers of the Bushveldt Carbineers, Lt. Peter Handcock (Bryan Brown), and Lt. George Whitton (Lewis Fitz-Ge... read more

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Section 27A of the Queensland Mental Health act allowed hospital authorities to hold an inmate until they decide he can be released. When Bill Donald (Robert McDarra), a middle aged metho drinker, is... read more

(Note: this listing contains adult concepts and spoilers). The CBS Fox Australian VHS release pitched the film on the front cover as “She lived to dance … They danced to survive. 1968 wa... read more

Corin Redgrave plays Doctor Edward Trenbow at four points in his career. He starts as a well-meaning but blundering army doctor treating shell-shocked soldiers from the fields of Flanders in 1918. Th... read more

(Note: this synopsis and listing contains many spoilers) Harry Joy (Barry Otto) is a middle-aged advertising executive who starts the film by recalling to his family and friends the story of his fath... read more

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The original domestic VHS Premiere release went with the beheading scene, and “The devastating controversial true story” and “Even in war, murder is an unforgivable crime” on t... read more

Caddie tells the story of a Sydney woman, Caddie, (Helen Morse) in the late nineteen twenties, early thirties, as she leaves an adulterous, violent husband, and finds work as a barmaid to support hers... read more

Al 'The Bomb' Dawson (Michael Karpaney) is caught between his Aboriginal friends, fight promoters, and students campaigning for Aboriginal rights. (Karpaney had been a professional boxer, and so the ... read more

A film based on the life of triple gold medallist, triple Olympian Dawn Fraser (Browyn Mackay-Payne as Dawn), who won her first gold medial for Australia in the 1956 Melbourne Olympics, and her last i... read more

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Joe Slater (Joe James), the Australian Defence Minister, has organised an Asian security conference in Canberra, with Thao Kimalayo (Kenneth Tsang) a leading political player, who lands in Sydney and ... read more

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