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Shai Pittman ...
Karen Burden
Marcia Langton ...
Lois
Quinaiha Scott ...
Rosie
Bruce R. Carter ...
Jeff
Pauline Whyman ...
Skinny
Vanessa Worrall ...
Big Red
Tanith Glynn-Maloney ...
Jody
Betty Sumner ...
Anita
Yanja Thompson ...
Vanessa
Misty Sparrow ...
Genna
Rhiannon Sparrow ...
Gecko
Brendan Rock ...
Man in Bar
Zaki Kayal ...
Shop owner
Kaylene O'Loughlin ...
Job Shop Woman
Warren Milera ...
Robbie

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'Here I Am' is driven by three generations of Aboriginal women - Karen Lee Burden, her mother Lois and her daughter Rosie. When Karen is released from prison, through a series of chance encounters the women learn that freedom is hard to find when hearts are still broken. Written by Anonymous

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Nothing to recommend this inept film
2 July 2013 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

It is a huge mistake to have songs...where the lyrics tie into the story. It is the height of contrived nonsense...and never works. All of the music in this pretentious little movie is wrong. Director, Beck Cole forgot why people go to the movies. It is to be entertained. This movie is about issues that have been covered hundreds of times before. There is nothing new here...when the end came I could not believe it. The lead actress here Karen Burden...does that Indigenous "thing" very poorly. We all know the world is not fair, and there are millions of true blue losers. I am sure Beck had very little money to play with, but coming up with a movie like this means she will find it hard to persuade anyone to back her again.


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