A family is forced off their farm due to drought, and move to Sydney.

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Christopher Aliendi ...
Sean O'Keefe
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Tom Drew
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Old Burkey
Ashley Bindon ...
Raymond Drew
Amy Burnicle ...
Narella
Annie Byron ...
Mrs. Burke
Gary Cooper ...
Tim Rush
Joel Emerton ...
Kerry Hay
Rhondda Findleton ...
Maggie Gregg
Deborah Galanos ...
Gina
Andrew S. Gilbert ...
Uncle Kev
Maureen Green ...
Kim Drew
John Hargreaves ...
Clive Ryan
David Holman ...
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Harold Hopkins ...
John Burke
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A family is forced off their farm due to drought, and move to Sydney.

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farm | drought | girl | sheep | runaway | See All (10) »

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No rain. No crops. No money. No worries. See more »

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Drama | Family

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8 December 1994 (Australia)  »

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Land hinter dem Regenbogen  »

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Glenn Robbins and John Waters were considered for the role of Ben Bell See more »

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Featured in 40,000 Years of Dreaming (1997) See more »

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Best children's film in Berlin 1994 prize
25 July 1999 | by (Thailand) – See all my reviews

No rain. No crops. No money. The family has to move to the city. A 11-year-old daughter of Ben and Ellen Bell, namely Matilda, is suffered to leave the Australian outback where her parents face the reduction of wool price, the death of sheep by starvation, and a powerful dust storm that almost claims their lives. In the busy city, Matilda live with no words from her mouth. The situation is bad. But "No Worries" because everything is ending fine.

In my opinion, this film illustrates the Aussie spirit in the outback area. I feel sad with the characters when they leave the land. They smile, then cry, and finally smile again. I do follow this story line. Thus, it is no doubt that this movie hits my mind.


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