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Here I Am (2011)

'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 ... See full summary »

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Beck Cole

Writer:

Beck Cole
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Shai Pittman Shai Pittman ... Karen Burden
Marcia Langton Marcia Langton ... Lois
Quinaiha Scott Quinaiha Scott ... Rosie
Bruce R. Carter ... Jeff
Pauline Whyman Pauline Whyman ... Skinny
Vanessa Worrall Vanessa Worrall ... Big Red
Tanith Glynn-Maloney Tanith Glynn-Maloney ... Jody
Betty Sumner Betty Sumner ... Anita
Yanja Thompson Yanja Thompson ... Vanessa
Misty Sparrow Misty Sparrow ... Genna
Rhiannon Sparrow Rhiannon Sparrow ... Gecko
Brendan Rock Brendan Rock ... Man in Bar
Zaki Kayal Zaki Kayal ... Shop owner
Kaylene O'Loughlin Kaylene O'Loughlin ... Job Shop Woman
Warren Milera 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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The hardest person to forgive is yourself

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Drama | Family

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 June 2011 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

Ovde sam See more »

Filming Locations:

South Australia, Australia See more »

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$12,500
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The special touch of Australian Aboriginal film making
10 December 2011 | by brimon28See all my reviews

There's something "different' about the films coming out of Aboriginal groups in Australia. I asked an artist, Alan, in the Tiwi Islands: 'What is it with you guys that you make such great pictures?' Alan replied: 'You whitefellas have to go to college to learn to paint;' and putting his hand on his chest, 'It comes from in here.' Recently we have seen 'Rabbit Proof Fence', 'Toomelah', 'Samson and Delilah', and now 'Here I am'. This movie is not quite S & D, but it has the same cinematographer. Bec Cole and her husband have gone into the city, when so many Australian films have used the outback. This is not a pretty film, and I would have liked to give it a higher rating. It is well shot, and the performances from the tyro actors are truly remarkable. The same day I visited an exhibition by photographer Martin Mischkulnig, 'Smalltown', which is set in outback Australia. But his pictures are of 'white' Australia, landscapes and genre photos mostly without people. I cannot imagine an Aboriginal team making pictures without people.

An early post has described the film very well. I can but say, I'll try to see it again, and I hope many people give it the same value. I've never sat in a room with Aboriginal women in a shelter, but this film made me feel I was there.


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