Viewpoint on Adelaide

Australia, 1975

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The city of Adelaide, South Australia, as seen through the eyes of European migrants. Becoming accustomed to Australia was the main problem of migrants in this film. The language barrier, strange customs and the long hours of work required to become established are discussed.

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