Rabbit-Proof Fence (film) Essay | Rabbit Proof Fence

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Rabbit Proof Fence

Summary: Reviews the Australian film Rabbit Proof Fence, directed by Phillip Noyce. Examines how Noyce uses camera techniques and music to convey the films themes.
Film is a effective way to express ideologies and discourses. The film "Rabbit Proof Fence" is a riveting film, which has contributed to the representation of social events that have constructed the cultural identity of Australia. This movie is based on a true story. The movie is about three aboriginal girls who were literally torn from their mother's arms and transported to a school where they were prepared for assimilation into white society by a racist government policy. "Rabbit Proof Fence" illuminates a shameful chapter of Australian history whilst conveying the ideologies of the Aboriginal culture in Australia. Molly played by Everlyn Sampi plays the eldest of the three aboriginal girls as a 14 year old in this movie. She shows sheer determination to return to her mother and home town Jigalong. Viewers of this film are positioned to adopt the historical viewpoint of Molly that white Australians...

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