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'The Tracker'

SKU: 00424-M134
    An analytical review and critique of Rolf de Heer's 'The Tracker'. 'The way the characters are given titles rather than names confers a quality to the narrative that verges on parable. However, the formal elements of the film offer a depth greater than this would imply. "The Tracker" is the first film to deal directly with the massacres of Aboriginal peoples that occured on the Australian frontiers. In many respects this is a feat that entails making the unrepresentable, representable. De Heer has consciously departed from a purely realist mode of film-making in order to tackle this difficult task.'

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