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Charlie's Country (2013)
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Charlie's Country (2013)

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Displeased with the intervention of whitefella laws, Charlie takes off to live the old way and sets off a chain reaction of enlightening difficulties.
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Charlie's Country (2013)
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June 04, 2015

Part of the movie's mischievous charm lies in De Heer and cinematographer Ian Jones' sophisticated use of Steadicam, which moves almost exclusively with Charlie, often seemingly in a struggle to keep up with his brisk, determined walk.
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Adelaide Review
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August 10, 2016

This is entirely Gulpilil's show, and even in the simplest, quietest moments he's riveting. It's one of the key performances in any of de Heer's films and, basically, magnificent.
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Flick Filosopher
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June 05, 2015

A quietly devastating film about the impact of colonialism and paternalism on Australia's indigenous people via one man's very personal journey.
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Under the Radar
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June 22, 2015

Resonant and powerful.
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NOW Toronto

August 20, 2015

It's a beautifully photographed, unrelentingly bleak picture that works as a Rorschach test for the viewer's empathy.
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New York Times
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June 04, 2015

Using a combination of bleak realism, fatalistic humor and a healthy dose of sentimentality, Mr. de Heer traces the downward spiral of a man who has become a refugee in his own homeland.
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Boston Globe
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July 16, 2015

Australia offers few sights as sublime as that of David Gulpilil.
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rec.arts.movies.reviews
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June 07, 2015

David Gulipil is Australia's gift to great film as always--in the latest he is also co-author of the screenplay that renders white injustice vividly, evoking Ferguson, Missouri.
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Seattle Times
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June 11, 2015

A series of chapters in noble effort and misadventure alike, all captured with fluid camerawork trained on Gulpilil's every move or his long passages of mesmerizing stillness.
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BlackFilm.com
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June 05, 2015

Gulpilil's magnificent performance showcases the struggles that has existed between two cultures on the same land in Australia.
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NPR
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June 10, 2015

The film gets some of its power from the fact that Charlie's story tracks pretty closely with that of the actor playing him. But just some of its power.
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Globe and Mail
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August 21, 2015

The upright art-houser is told in English and Yolngu, with English subtitles, but the message would be clear without any dialogue: Australia is no country for old Aborigine.
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