Rabbit-proof fence (2002)

It’s not easy finding yourself on the wrong side in a world of well-meaning social engineering based on structural racism. Calm, no-frills storytelling about determined and capable children defying all odds. Powerful, especially when it comes to the toned-down acting, but ultimately too simplified, saccharine and predictable for my book.

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