no worries

David Elfick, 92 minutes, Australia, 1993, 35mm. Print courtesy of the National Film and Sound Archive of australia. Courtesy: Palm Beach Pictures.

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No Worries
Straightforward in its emotional power, No Worries focuses on the resilience and courage of country Australians coping with disaster.

Told through the eyes of Matilda Bell (Amy Terelinck), an 11 year old girl living on a sheep farm in central NSW, it takes an unsentimental look at the devastation caused by drought in rural Australia, compounded by the recession and aggravated by an uncompromising lack of sympathy from the banks.

Dates   Sat 24 Feb 2007, 2pm
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