This year's night of nights was full of surprises with an air of inevitability and a certain unexpected range of glory.
This year, the AACTA awards descended into madness in a wonderful way. We were offered the full gamut of feature films from joyful sentimentality endorsed by box office to the flintiest of colonial brutality played out on the bodies of black and white alike.
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