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Time Out says

Documentaries probably don't come more ambitious than this: co-produced by an Australian women's collective, its subject matter is little less than a feminist analysis of Australian women's fortunes in (and out of) the work force - where Australian includes Aborigine and migrant women - across a 200-year sweep from the arrival of the first women convicts to the present day. To document this huge and diverse subject, the film-makers use a dense montage of footage - archive material, clips from feature films, TV ads, even donated home movies - which is complemented or ironically counterpointed with a medley of narrative voices and incidental music. In more crudely didactic hands, the material could have been unpalatable, but agile editing, some grimly humorous footage, and a prevailing sense of conviction keep it moving along, while the strength of the analysis it develops justifies its exhausting means.
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Release Details

  • Duration:109 mins

Cast and crew

  • Director:Megan McMurchy, Jeni Thornley
  • Screenwriter:Megan McMurchy, Margot Oliver, Jeni Thornley
  • Cast:
    • Jane Clifton
    • Diane Craig
    • Nick Enright
    • Vivienne Garrett
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