Thursday, 7 July 2016


A new Australian film, 'Goldstone', is set in the Outback and depicts a situation of corruption and criminal activity involving mining interests.

The film contains some spectacular photography which brilliantly illustrates the dry, dusty, vastness, remoteness and isolation of outback communities. The performances are fine however the plot is slow to unfold and contains few surprises. At times the dialogue is clunky.

Interesting overall despite the shortcomings.


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