"Radiance" has a Cultural and Political Structure Essay | Student Essay

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"Radiance" has a Cultural and Political Structure

Summary: Essay discusses the Aboriginal issues regarding the cultural and political themes performed in the film "Radiance."
Aboriginal history and family values have been an integral part of Australian history. Radiance is a fresh influence to sensitive Aboriginal political issues that were overdue for addressing. For someone to state this movie has a strong cultural and political underpinning would be appropriate in relation to the film. In the perspective of this submission, it is my opinion that there was definitely an abundance of issues concerning the structure of Aboriginal culture and politics in this film.

Indigenous political issues were a main reason of the film being shot. Just into the film, Nona says that the sisters should claim land on their ancestry `Nora Island' where the Japanese have developed. The message was displayed humorously by Nona about dispossession. This is an important point to be addressed to the public. Only recently, more of us know that it is more than...

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