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Only the brave

Author: Fiona EaggerMira RobertsonAna KokkinosDora KaskanisMaude DaveyAll authors
Publisher: Australia : Newvision, 1994.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : PAL color broadcast system : VHS tape : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The friendship between two working class girls falls apart as the ghost of the family - an absent, alcoholic mother, a predatory father - hovers destructively. The potential for lesbian sexuality never fully emerges. A lyrical impulse abstracts the realism of dialogue, setting (Melbourne's outer west) and the representation of violence, a lyricism anchored by the filmmaker's expressed preference for 'strong, static  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Adaptations
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Fiona Eagger; Mira Robertson; Ana Kokkinos; Dora Kaskanis; Maude Davey; Helen Athanasiadis; Tina Zerella; Elena Mandalis; Australian Film Commission.; 21st Century Pictures.; Pickpocket Productions.; Newvision.
OCLC Number: 221945191
Notes: Originally produced by Picpocket Productions in association with the Australian Film Commission.
Censorship rating: MA, 15+, restrictions apply to pesons under the age of 15 years. Adult themes and sexual references.
At beginning 11 min. of previews.
Some copies distributed by 21st Century Pictures Pty Ltd.
In widescreen.
Credits: Director, Ana Kokkinos ; script, Ana Kokkinos, Mira Robertson ; producer, Fiona Eagger.
Cast: Elena Mandalis, Dora Kaskanis, Maude Davey, Helen Athanasiadis, Tina Zerella.
Description: 1 videocassette (VHS) (60 min.) : sd., co. ; 1/2 in.
Details: DVD Region 4 color recording system PAL.
Other Titles: Only the brave (Motion picture : 1994)

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The friendship between two working class girls falls apart as the ghost of the family - an absent, alcoholic mother, a predatory father - hovers destructively. The potential for lesbian sexuality never fully emerges. A lyrical impulse abstracts the realism of dialogue, setting (Melbourne's outer west) and the representation of violence, a lyricism anchored by the filmmaker's expressed preference for 'strong, static compositions'. Multiple award winner.

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