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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 1920s Australia Is No ‘Sweet Country’ for Aboriginals
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'Savage and somber, “Sweet Country” is, on its face, the story of a manhunt. Set in Alice Springs, Australia, in 1929, the movie tracks the fate of Sam (a fine Hamilton Morris), an Aboriginal stockman forced to flee after killing a white farmer in self-defense.' (Introduction)

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https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/05/movies/sweet-country-review.html?emc=edit_mbau_20180405&nl=&nlid=7270045220180405&te=1 1920s Australia Is No ‘Sweet Country’ for Aboriginalssmall AustLit logo The New York Times
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  • Sweet Country Steven McGregor , David Tranter , 2017 single work film/TV
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