The article examines how the film "Australia," by Baz Lurhmann accommodates the discourse of authors Felicity Collins and Therese Davis on post-Mabo and moves into post-apology territory. The author discusses the discourse on landscape cinema which has its heart the relationship among humans and nature. She, then, cites the landscape cinema as a reflection of a developing environment. Moreover, the juxtaposition of the of the movie is being discussed.
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|