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In the Summer of 1969 a young man is filled with the life of the idyllic old pearling port Broome – fishing, hanging out with his mates and his girl. However his mother returns him to the religious mission for further schooling. After being punished for an act of youthful rebellion, he runs away from the mission on a journey that ultimately leads him back home.
Bran Nue Dae is great, so rare for a film about Indigenous Australia not to be devastating.
— Prof Peter Buckskin (@IndigenousX) July 19, 2013
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— The Movie Business (@HollywoodBiz) September 14, 2010