Family Tremors: Margot Nash’s 'Call Me Mum' single work   criticism   essay  
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'Call Me Mum adds to a growing collective of films that depict indigenous women, cross-cultural relations and family dynamics in interesting and complex ways. This article uses the idea of a “genderslide” (a misquotation of genocide by one of the main characters) to explain the influence that the three strong but deeply flawed lead female characters in this film have on their son/grandson, as well as the impact of Call Me Mumon viewers. It is the conceptual spaces that constitute the idea of family that I argue are re-shaped by this conflicted depiction of intimate black/white, mother/child relations in Australia.' (Source: abstract)

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103-116 Family Tremors: Margot Nash’s 'Call Me Mum'AustLit The Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia
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