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RABBIT PROOF FENCE Intro From 2002, historic drama set in Australia circa 1930s Mostly filmed on location o Western Australia 6 th largest continent, state & continent Sparsely populated 22-23 million people Mostly in the east o Taken over by the British Western Australia Less and less anything Australia is mostly very dry or full on desert o Most is full on deserts Sandy, Victorian Our film is mostly the Gibson desert Change in climate and vegetation as girls travel north from the costal area to the interior. o Goes from wetter, lush humid subtropical to more Mediterranean-style chaparral vegetation to more dried-out savanna-style grassland scrub to full on desert Fence? o Australian drama based on book Follow The Rabbit Proof Fence Based on a true story of the author’s mother’s life
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Why were they taken? how aboriginals (half-cast) State gave themselves the right to take away the children and put them
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  • Fall '08
  • Indigenous Australians, Western Australia, Gibson Desert, rabbit proof

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