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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Australia Day
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'Three teenagers are on the run, Indigenous girl April, Iranian boy, Sami and Chinese woman Su Mai. Each are scared, subtle connections will draw these three braids progressively tighter until they reach their climaxes on that hot, contentious, enigmatic day...Australia Day. Every character will have to make a sacrifice and pay a heavy price. Bad mistakes are made...yet people will step up. They will make change happen. And we learn that we do have power to decide our tribe, our place, the colour of our future... Hope prevails.' (Source : Australian Television Information Archive)

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Australia Day Review – Kriv Stenders Bites off More Than He Can Chew in Unfocused New Film Luke Buckmaster , 2017 single work essay
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 13 June 2017;
'The Red Dog director Kriv Stenders’ new film is the sort of project you can imagine a public broadcaster happily investing in: a button-pushing multicultural drama set on Australia Day, following three groups of people from varying backgrounds. Revolving around the stories of troubled teenagers, Stenders substitutes booze, barbecues and the Hottest 100 for drug addiction, racially motivated violence and the trafficking of sex workers.' (Introduction)
Film News : Kriv Stenders Shoots Livewire Drama about What Australia Day Means Garry Maddox , 2016 single work column
— Appears in: Brisbane Times , 7 September 2016;
'With a heartwarming new Red Dog film heading for cinemas at Christmas, Kriv Stenders is shooting a provocative new film that takes place over 12 hours on Australia Day. ...'
Film News : Kriv Stenders Shoots Livewire Drama about What Australia Day Means Garry Maddox , 2016 single work column
— Appears in: Brisbane Times , 7 September 2016;
'With a heartwarming new Red Dog film heading for cinemas at Christmas, Kriv Stenders is shooting a provocative new film that takes place over 12 hours on Australia Day. ...'
Australia Day Review – Kriv Stenders Bites off More Than He Can Chew in Unfocused New Film Luke Buckmaster , 2017 single work essay
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 13 June 2017;
'The Red Dog director Kriv Stenders’ new film is the sort of project you can imagine a public broadcaster happily investing in: a button-pushing multicultural drama set on Australia Day, following three groups of people from varying backgrounds. Revolving around the stories of troubled teenagers, Stenders substitutes booze, barbecues and the Hottest 100 for drug addiction, racially motivated violence and the trafficking of sex workers.' (Introduction)
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