Rabbit-Proof Fence (2002) takes director Phillip Noyce back to basics, to low-budget filmmaking and a merging of drama and documentary styles. The result is a portrait of a shameful political system, played out as a heart-rending experience for the characters and audience alike.
The story follows the journey 'home' of three young Aboriginal girls, in an emotional trek through the heartland of Australian history. Few other directors have had the courage to speak of the Stolen Generations.
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