The Newsreader has already caught a lot of attention for the way in which it weaves together a strong sense of contemporary Australia with a recapitulation of the recent past. There’s confident diversity casting but there’s also a sense of the real voices of the past: the Hoddle Street massacre, the actual words of Paul Keating when he ruled the re-shaped economy with a rod of iron.
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