Rabbit-Proof Fence

This study guide will help you analyze the film Rabbit-Proof Fence (2002) directed by Phillip Noyce. You can also find a summary of the film, as well as inspiration for interpreting it and putting it into perspective

Presentation of the text

Title: Rabbit-Proof Fence (2002)
Director: Phillip Noyce
Genre: Film

 Phillip Noyce (b. 1950) is a celebrated Australian film director and screenwriter. His impact on the international film scene, specifically in the genres of thriller and action, is undeniable. Among his significant works are Dead Calm (1989) featuring Nicole Kidman, Patriot Games (1992) with Harrison Ford, The Bone Collector (1999) starring Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie, along with the 2014 screen adaptation of Lois Lowry's young-adult novel, The Giver.

In 2002, Noyce directed the film Rabbit-Proof Fence, which was based on the book Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence by Doris Pilkington Garimara. Both book and film are inspired from the true story of three Aboriginal girls who were forcibly removed from their families, providing a stark view of the brutalities endured by Aboriginal people in the 1930s.

Noyce's cinematic creations frequently intertwine thrilling narrative elements with political undertones and social observations. His contributions to the film industry have garnered him numerous accolades, including nominations for the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) and Australian Film Institute Awards.

Excerpt from the study guide:

Molly also exhibits immense courage in the face of adversity. She takes risks and makes bold decisions to protect her sister and cousin and to defy the oppressive system that seeks to control and separate them. Molly's bravery is evident in her determination to escape the Moore River Native Settlement and defy the authorities who chase them. Even though she is far away from home and she knows that she could be caught by the tracker and face punishment, Molly still decides to try to escape and get home to her family, which highlights her immense courage.

However, it is not just determination and courage that allows Molly to escape from Moore River and return to Jigalong. Molly is also ...

Der Text oben ist nur ein Auszug. Nur Abonnenten haben Zugang zu dem ganzen Textinhalt.

Erhalte Zugang zum vollständigen E-Book.

Als Abonnent von Lektürehilfe.de erhalten Sie Zugang zu allen E-Books.

Erhalte Zugang für nur 5,99 Euro pro Monat

Schon registriert als Abonnent? Bitte einloggen

Rabbit-Proof Fence

Es gibt noch keine Bewertungen.