Plot[ edit ] Set intwo sisters, year-old Molly and 8-year-old Daisy, and their year-old cousin Gracie live in the Western Australian town of Jigalong. Devil by themsigns an order to relocate the three girls to the Moore River Native Settlement internment camp. The children are referred to by Neville as " half-castes ", because they have one white and one Aboriginal parent. He plans to place the girls in a camp where they, along with all half-castes of that age range, both boys and girls, will grow up.
He has said he wanted to make a film in which every Australian viewer would become so emotionally involved that they would want to adopt the three girls as their own children.
Within a few years of its coming out, an enormous number of Australians had seen this movie — far more than had watched any previous Australian film dealing with an Aboriginal issue. Rabbit-Proof Fence was released in Australia in and as well as being a box office success in Australia, sold to numerous overseas markets, achieving cinema distribution in key territories including the US, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Japan.
Molly and her two daughters, Doris and Annabelle, were taken to Moore River Native Settlement but when Molly escaped, she could only carry Annabelle, and had to leave the infant Doris behind.
The real-life Molly was upset that the film did not show how they were forcibly removed a second time. When Doris was finally reunited with her mother Molly at the age of 25, she was given an Aboriginal name Nugi Garimara.
The world premiere of Rabbit-Proof Fence was held in an outdoor screening at Jigalong, the outback community from which the girls were stolen and where, as grown women, they were living at the time of the premiere.
Phillip Noyce is an established Australian filmmaker who is internationally acclaimed.
His work includes such titles as The Quiet American.The Rabbit Proof Fence. Themes The Journey Car, train, truck walk Physical journey parallels Molly’s journey to adulthood. In overcoming the.
Rabbit-Proof Fence was warmly received by both audiences and critics upon its release in Grossing over $16 million at the international box office, the film received a raft of awards. Rabbit proof fence An Australian drama movie Book: “Follow the rabbit proof fence” by Doris Pilkington Garimara. Which is the true story of her mother, Molly.
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Themes in Rabbit Proof Fence.
Leadership, Tradition and Change. Leadership. There are different types and understanding of what leadership is: Aboriginal and European. After watching the film you realise there is one filming technique which people usually leave out, and that is symbolism The use of symbolism in Rabbit Proof Fence is used to explore the concept that the journey matters and not the destination does not really.