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Directed by
David Wenham
Jack Thompson
David Gulpilil
Shea Adams
Eddie Baroo
Ray Barrett
Tony Barry
Jamal Sydney Bednarz
Damian Bradford
Bryan Brown
Nathin Butler
Tara Carpenter
Rebecca Chatfield
Lillian Crombie
Max Cullen
Essie Davis
Arthur Dignam
Michelle Dyzla
Haidee Gaudry
Sandy Gore
Terence Gregory
Jamie Gulpilil
Peter Gwynne
Sean Hall
Nigel Harbach
Joy Hilditch
Matthew Hills
Jimmy Hong
Bill Hunter
Jarwyn Irvin-Collins
Robert Jago
John Jarratt
Eugene Kang
Jacek Koman
Crusoe Kurddal
Liam Lannigan
Siena Larsson
Nathan Lawson
Cody Lea
Jack Leech
Charles Leung
Jacob Linger
Mark Malabirr
John Martin
Logan Mattingley
Adam McMonigal
Dylan Minggun
Phillippe Moon
Nyalik Munungurr
Patrick Mylott
David Ngoombujarra
Barry Otto
Angus Pilakui
Robin Royce Queree
Mark Rathbone
Garry Scott
John Sheerin
Bruce Spence
Wah Yuen
Kerry Walker
Elaine Walker
Brandon Walters
John Walton
Matthew Whittet
Ursula Yovich
Danielle Carey
Will Gabriel
Shaun R.L. King
Anton Monsted
Brennan Muhoberac
Harrison Norris
Chris Polzot
Derek Steen
Schuyler Weiss

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UK BBFC Certificate: 12

Popular in: United States and France

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Highest chart position: 3

Weeks on box office: 4

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