The film follows Dick Smith's public campaign against rapid population growth. It tests the propositions put forward in favour of a Big Australia. Can this popular entrepreneur persuade the nation to change its mind?

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Tony Abbott ...
Himself (politician)
Anthony Albanese ...
Himself (politician)
Mike Archer ...
Himself (professor, School of Biological, Earth & Environmental Sciences, University of NSW)
Bob Birrell ...
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Ron Bloom ...
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Bob Brown ...
Himself (leader of The Greens)
Jenny Brown ...
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Tony Burke ...
Himself (politician)
Bob Carr ...
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Peter Cosgrove ...
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Julian Cribb ...
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Bert Dennis ...
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Chris Evans ...
Himself (immigration minister)
Julia Gillard ...
Herself (politician) (archive footage)
Ross Gittins ...
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The film follows Dick Smith's public campaign against rapid population growth. It tests the propositions put forward in favour of a Big Australia. Can this popular entrepreneur persuade the nation to change its mind?

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What's so good about a big Australia?

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