The Furnace, High Ground and reborn Buoyancy face international critics

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Three tough Australian feature films are making waves on the international arthouse circuit.

Critics could debate the merits and subtleties of The FurnaceHigh Ground (and Sweet Country in 2018) in their stories of the Australian frontier. At this stage, we are seeing Australian filmmakers bring a disciplined, unflinching eye to masculine violence and racist horror. International critics are impressed, but local audiences could follow the thread or ignore the pain. Either way, the films push deeply into the repressed monsters beneath our popular culture view of history. 

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