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Filmanalyse: Analyse af Rabbit Proof Fence
Her finder du en analyse af filmen "Rabbit Proof Fence" af Phillip Noyce. Analysen kommer blandt andet ind på temaer og en miljøkarakteristik.
Du kan for eksempel bruge opgaven som inspiration til din egen opgave om filmen.
Pas på med meget danske udtryk som "The movie is long drawn" (langtrukket)og "This makes us live ourselves more into the girls' position " (leve sig ind i). Ellers fint sprog.
In the beginning of the 20th century, Australian government began to remove the half-cast Aboriginal children from their parents. The children were often re-located in institutions, or sometimes sent to foster homes. They got raised so that they could be integrated into white society, where the black color of their skin eventually could be bred out. The film Rabbit Proof Fence shows us a controversial issue in Australia and stands as a powerful testimony to the suffering of “the stolen generation”.
The movie Rabbit Proof Fence is an Australian drama movie directed by Phillip Noyce in 2002. The movie is based on the book Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence, written by Doris Pilkington, based on a true story. The book is a personal autobiography of an indigenous Australian family's experiences living as members of the stolen generation.
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