Few Australian titles are as deserving of rediscovery as Phillip Noyce's Backroads, an angry film about matters central to our culture – particularly race and racism. Nicholas Godfrey's insightful essay offers a detailed account of the making of the film, as well as providing a thoughtful analysis of the film as text and a sense of how it was received at home and abroad.
Aborginal, Indigenous, road movie, Gary Foley, documentary, authenticity, representation.
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