The debut film from Australian director Warwick Thornton, Samson and Delilah – a road movie about two homeless teens trekking across the Northern Territory – has won many plaudits internationally, including the Camera D’or at Cannes and Best Film at the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival. The filmmaker describes it as “Romeo and Juliet but set in an Aboriginal community.”
Tara Brady, 31 Mar 2010
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