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Arbor: a truant, bored, excluded and dispossessed.

His teachers and peers just see him as a pest.

With his best mate Swifty

They meet Kitten, who’s shifty.

It’s bleak and powerful, leaving you much to digest.

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Charlie’s Country (2013)

Amidst the Australian landscape so stunning, There's inequality and poverty deep-running. Mesmerising performance from Gulpilil: At times so gentle and...