A review of Daniel Krige's debut feature, West, which focuses on the aimless lives of youths inhabiting Sydney's outer-western suburbs. The review asserts that the film is about hope versus despair and ambition versus entropy, and about whether it's possible to escape from an overriding sense of hopelessness. It also suggests that the motives for the film's working-class focus seem somewhat questionable.
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