, 1h45 Réalisé parJim Loach OrigineAustralie GenresDrame ActeursEmily Watson, Hugo Weaving, David Wenham, Richard Dillane, Tara Morice, Lorraine Ashbourne Rôle Walter Note70% Margaret Humphreys est une assistante sociale de Nottingham qui découvre et révèle le scandale des Home Children , un programme gouvernemental ayant pour but d'envoyer dans les pays du Commonwealth, notamment l'Australie et le Canada, des milliers d'enfants britanniques pauvres. Ces enfants déportés, à qui on avait promis « des oranges et du soleil », étaient plutôt condamnés à un travail harassant et à une vie dure dans des institutions comme Keaney College, à Bindoon en Australie-Occidentale.
, 1h45 GenresDrame, Comédie, Comédie dramatique, Action ThèmesLa mer, Transport ActeursGeoff Morrell, Don Hany, Deborah Mailman, Osamah Sami, Gerard Kennedy Rôle Peter Coode Note70% An Indonesian fishing boat abandons a group of Iraqi and Cambodian men on a remote part of the Western Australian coast in 1990. Told there is a bus over the dunes, the men are abandoned to a desert the size of Poland. While most are quickly rounded up, three men with little in common but their history of misfortune elude capture and begin an epic but confused journey drawn on by their hopes amplified by the empty desert. Pursued by an army reservist unit more concerned with playing ball sports and music, the three protagonists wander deeper into trouble, searching desperately among the harsh beauty of the Pilbara for evidence of a Western, liberal democracy or the promised bus, which only one of them finds.
, 1h43 Réalisé parKate Woods GenresDrame, Comédie, Romance ThèmesLa mer, Transport ActeursPia Miranda, Kick Gurry, Anthony LaPaglia, Elena Cotta, Greta Scacchi, Kerry Walker Rôle Mr. Barton Note70% Looking for Alibrandi begins light-heartedly, and the viewer gets a very quick understanding of Josie's character through her interactions with her friends and family. As the film progresses, the glamour that is initially associated with Josie begins to fade as she struggles to cope with her final year of school (especially the racist attitude of one girl in particular, Carly Bishop (Leeanna Walsman)), the suicide of her crush, John Barton (Matthew Newton), and meeting with Michael Andretti (Anthony LaPaglia), her father, of whom has only just found out about her existence upon returning to Sydney for work. She also has continual conflict with her grandmother, Katia Alibrandi (Elena Cotta).
, 1h22 ActeursMiranda Otto, Martin Kemp, Martin Kemp, Gia Carides, Geoff Morrell, Jamie Jackson Rôle Brad Hislop Note50% The 'Girl' of the title is Nell Tiscowitz (Otto), a struggling actress with an affinity for horses. She meets wealthy Rock music promoter and stable owner Digby Olsen (Kemp bass guitarist of Spandau Ballet). Nell's best friend and flatmate, Wendy (Carides, later in Strictly Ballroom and Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me) provides dubious love-lorn advice. After Nell uses her 'telepathy' to help Digby tame horses they eventually fall in love.