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★★★★☆ Cindy Meehl's poignant portrait of horse whisperer Buck Brannaman, the subject of author Nicholas Evans' best-selling novel and the 1998 Robert Redford Hollywood movie, wowed audiences at the Sundance Film Festival back in 2011 and is rereleased on DVD this week by Dogwoof after the collapse of Revolver. At the start of Buck (2011), Brannaman comments, "Often instead of helping people with horse problems, I'm helping horses with people problems." It's a philosophy that has held him in good stead on his travels across America and beyond and defines his particular style of natural-horsemanship.
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Aussie Rules Football: West Coast Eagles v Richmond Lions
At the start of the season, West Coast were fancied by some as Premiership favourites. That illusion was swiftly punctured, but the Eagles improved after a slow start, especially since the return from injury of ruckman Nic Naitanui. Richmond have emerged from the wilderness in recent years to become a gathering force, thanks to an old-school spearhead in Jack Riewoldt, and a skilful midfield led by captain Trent Cotchin. An intriguing contest beckons. Andrew Mueller
8pm, National Geographic
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- Andrew Mueller, Mark Jones, Julia Raeside, Bim Adewunmi, John Robinson, Hannah J Davies
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