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The tracker [dvd]
The tracker [dvd]
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Set in the Australian outback in 1922, this film tells the story of three white men who use an indigenous tracker to pursue a fugitive. DVD.
1:2.35 original widescreen cinema format.
[Australia] : Madman Entertainment, c2003.
1 videodisc (DVD) (98 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
DVD features: features presentation 1:2.35 original widescreen cinema format ; audio: DTS 5.1 surround sound and Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound ; interviews: Rolf de Heer with SBS Movie Show critic David Stratton, and featurette of cast & crew on location ; out-takes: Rolf de Heer presents a 15 minute piece of goofs and memorable moments on set ; Peter Coad featurette: featurette of the painting process, and painting gallery ; awards and festivals: footage from the world premiere at the Adelaide Festival of Arts, Venice Film Festival, opening night of the Melbourne International Film Festival, AFI Awards and IF Awards ; theatrical trailers: The Tracker, Rolf de Heers' new film 'Alexandra's Project', original Walkabout trailer from 1971 ; music clip: Archie Roach performing 'Alien Nation' ; biographies: cast and crew.Originally released as a motion picture in 2002."MMA2067"Originally released as a motion picture in 2002.In English, no subtitles.
Writer, director, Rolf de Heer ; producers, Rolf de Heer, Julie Ryan. ; songs and music composed by Graham Tardif, performed by Archie Roach ; director of photography Ian Jones.
Cast: David Gulpilil (the tracker), Gary Sweet (the fanatic), Damon Gameau (the follower), Grant Page (the veteran), Noel Wilton (the fugitive)
M 15+ : recommended for mature audiences 15 years and over.
System details:
All regions DVD.
1: "Escaping Natural Justice?" -- 2: Hunting the Fugitive -- 3: Whiteman's Law, Whiteman's Jury -- 4: Obession, Duty and Doubt -- 5: The Tracker Chained -- 6: Hunters of Hunted? -- 7: Sacred Ground? -- 8: Death in the Desert -- 9: The Chains of Command -- 10: Blackman's Justice, Blackman's Jury -- 11: Tribal Law -- 12: The Credits.
Access restrictions:
Censorship classification: M - Recommended for mature audiences 15 years and over.
Awards: Film Critics Circle, winner of four awards; Best Film and Best Leading Role, IF Awards 2002; Official Selection Venice International Film Festival, 2002.