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Film review: Damage

This heartfelt, small-budget Adelaide film with an edge follows the odd-couple road trip of an Iraqi refugee taxi driver and an elderly woman who can’t quite remember where she needs to go.

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AFF review: On the Go

Silly, profound, vulgar and mysterious, ‘On the Go’ is alive with the contradictions and chaos of a cruel and beautiful world.

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Film review: Past Lives

Past Lives follows two close childhood friends who find themselves emotionally floored when they reunite after a 20-year separation. What follows is much more interesting than a love triangle.

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Film review: Let the River Flow

This richly told drama opening the Scandinavian Film Festival depicts real-life events through the story of a young Sami woman stirred to take radical action in the fight for both a river and indigenous recognition in Norway.

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The Many Loves of Geoffrey Dutton

Geoffrey Dutton made a significant mark on the arts and literary scene in SA and beyond. Now, a new film sheds light on the many other loves of the writer who courted controversy in his later life after he left both his wife of 40 years and Adelaide.

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Film review: Mafia Mamma

This is something of a good-natured romp that plays on inverted expectations when naive American housewife Kristin – played by Toni Collette – inherits leadership of Italian mafia gang the Balbanos.

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Film review: EO

A director’s love for animals and nature drives this unusually beautiful film following a Polish donkey on a road trip after his circus closes.

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Film review: Aftersun

This memory reel of a father and daughter having fun on holiday in Turkey has won BAFTA awards and an Oscar nomination – and it delivers a powerful emotional punch.