Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this is an intense drama depicting three Aboriginal children leaving an Australian internment camp in an attempt to reunite with their families. The scene of the government official taking the children away is intensely emotional, though only moderately violent. During the journey home, the children are hidden by an Aboriginal servant in her bed, and her master is surprised when he goes to sleep with her and finds the children. A confrontation between a British official with a gun and an Aboriginal mother with a spear is tense, but results in no use of force.
Obscured reference to a white master forcing himself upon his Aboriginal servant.
Forceful taking of children from their mothers, armed standoff.
Children show strong resolve to be with parents against all odds. However, the British believe the Aborigine is an inferior race.
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