(left: the title used in the film's trailer - the film's main title is over black, with the barest hints of figures at Gallipoli. It's dull, which helps explain why the trailer-makers took a later sho... read more

Warners, who used Roadshow Distributors to handle the domestic release, put out a press sheet with this synopsis: It is 1965 in rural Australia. Danny Embling (whom we first met in “The Year My... read more

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(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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(Note: this synopsis and listing contains spoilers) Over the opening titles, a Minyaka Weekly poster tells viewers that the town is now in its 187th day without rain, and the  council has water ... read more

The domestic Warners VHS release, using the Australian title of Evil Angels, started on the rear of the slick with Gene Shalit from "Today"/NBC-TV: "A gripping movie that doesn't let go!" and provided... read more

The story of three generations of Australian pioneers carving out a home in rugged frontier land, starting with Matthew (John O'Malley) and Jane O'Riordan (Thelma Scott), who produce a family of five ... read more

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Half-caste Jimmie Blacksmith (Tommy Lewis) is tribally initiated, but educated and helped - with appropriate canings - into the world of white Australian culture by the pompous Rev. Neville (Jack Thom... read more

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Macauley (Peter Finch) is weighed down by his 'shiralee', an aboriginal word for burden, which takes the shape of his five year old daughter Buster (Dana Wilson). Macauley's lot has become that of th... read more

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