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Rabbit Proof Fence

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Sunday, Aug 31, 2008
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Rabbit Proof Fence2002, Australia, Philip Noyce

Incredibly harrowing and rage-provoking film about three little aborigine girls who escape from a white orphanage to travel across 1200 miles of Australian desert to get home. The whites who had forcefully taken the girls from their mothers to train them to become servants, see themselves as only helping these uncivilized people. Hey, where have we heard that one before?

For more details, see tt0252444 on The Internet Movie Database.

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