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Reviewer kangarooboi
25/01/2009
This is the perfect film for these troubled times! You can just lose yourself in the whole story, nothing short of brilliant. Having been to Australia several times this film just brings the whole "Australia" experience back to you.
The reference to "Wizard of Oz" is just so subtle that if you watch the film properly you get it. Genius!
Anybody who can appreciate a great film,( this will become a classic mark my words) would want to go and see it again. Including myself.

Just because it wasn't made in Hollywood doesn't mean it's not great.

Those who have seen this and said they don't like it clearly didn't watch it properly.

BRILLIANT!
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Reviewer chris troak
18/01/2009
Fabulous film - I was worried that it was too long but just got carried away with the story, plot, action and especially the scenary.
Can't wait to go and see it again.
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Reviewer Anonymous
02/01/2009
Loved it. Really touching. fantastic film and performances by both leads.
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Reviewer Anonymous
02/01/2009
I loved it. Really touching and great performances by both leads. I didnt notice tim pass...! Take some tissues.
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Reviewer Anonymous
29/12/2008
Really Enjoyed!
Fantastic deep Warm,Has all the right stuff to melt yourself into.
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Reviewer Anonymous
29/12/2008
absolutely breathtaking cinematography although the actual plot leaves something to be desired
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