In the opening section of this article aimed at secondary students of Media, McFarlane examines the reasons for the immense popularity of this Australian film. McFarlane places special emphasis on the analysis of Mick Dundee's cultural identity (A Very Australian Hero?). He also discusses the characterisation, narrative structure, iconography, and conservativism in this film, 'peddling the wildly outdated vision Australia'.
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