Laurie Knight <>
Andrew Bell <>
Sun, 7 Feb 2021 21:13:35 +0930
The sound track (and movie) were remarkable, no score, just natural sounds and
I think none out of place.
I went the premiere cinema showing in Darwin in mid January with the Director,
producer and lead actors including many of the local cast. A movie of very
familiar faces, and places - including Gunlom, Barrk Sandstone Walk and
A good and very moving introduction to quite recent top-end history.
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> On 7 Feb 2021, at 20:37, Laurie Knight <> wrote:
> I appreciated the opportunity to watch the movie High Ground in a cinema
> this morning. Set in Arnhem Land in the early 20th century, it does a very
> good job in telling an unhappy story.
> The cinematography is stunning, and the bird photography and sound tracks are
> awesome. Not many movies feature brolgas in flight. Top Enders who watch the
> movie might be able to let us know if there are any out of region bird calls
> in the sound track.
> It is a movie worth watching.
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