Saturday, 18 May 2019 | 02:00 PM
It’s the 1920s and an Aboriginal farm hand goes on the run with his wife after committing a crime. The hard as nails local constable (Bryan Brown) and a black tracker begin their search but the harsh outback and its surprise dangers decide for them who will submit. But can justice ultimately be served? Directed by indigenous film maker Warwick Thornton the film uses flash forwards and flash backs to break up the narrative linearity in a classic Western genre film that also carries the weight of colonial history on its shoulders.
MA15+ Strong violence (108 minutes)
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