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Reflections In The Dust

MA15+ Drama

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Synopsis

An unspoken event has caused civilisation to crumble, leaving the survivors to cluster in the wilderness. Among them is a blind girl who struggles to survive with her father – a paranoid schizophrenic clown. As she dreams of what may exist beyond this wasteland, her father is increasingly consumed by fear, paranoia and hysteria. REFLECTIONS IN THE DUST is a powerful allegory for the epidemic of violence against women in Australia and is dedicated to the countless women who continue to lose their lives on a weekly basis at the hands of a male. The film was deemed too extreme for audiences, however director Luke Sullivan pushed on with the film, asserting that such an extreme story needs to be told in an era where ‘we are losing grandmothers, mothers, sisters and friends to senseless acts of violence perpetrated by men’.

Release Date 7 March 2019
Running Time 1hr 15m
Rating MA15+ | Strong coarse language
Cast Sarah Houbolt, Robin Royce Queere
Director Luke Sullivan

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