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Rabbit-Proof Fence (2002) Poster

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Anachronisms 

This film uses stock footage from the film A Steam Train Passes. However, the film is set in the 1930s, and the locomotive in said film, NSWGR 3801, wasn't built until 1943.

Continuity 

When Moodoo is first seen riding north along the Rabbit-Proof Fence to meet a police constable he's on the west of the fence. Shortly before the actual meeting he's on the east side of the fence.
Far into the story the film shows the view from Mr. Neville's office window, allowing us to see a few applicants. Among those is a couple whose application had been rejected early in the story by Mr. Neville. Obviously the same set served different scenes that were far apart in time.
The bush they hide behind when they meet the friendly bushman is the same bush they hide behind later when avoiding the tracker.
During the opening scenes of the movie the lizard that they have been hunting is killed and when they are carrying it back to their home the lizard is first carried one way then switches with the change in camera angle and then changes back.

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