Lucky Country (film)

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Lucky Country
Directed byKriv Stenders
Written byAndy Cox
StarringAden Young
Release date
  • 2009 (2009)
CountryAustralia
LanguageEnglish
Box officeA$28,000 (Australia)[1]

Lucky Country is a 2009 Australian film starring Aden Young.

It is also known as Dark Frontier.

Plot summary[edit]

Set in 1902, the Australian Federation has been established for one year. Twelve-year-old Tom's beloved father Nat has dragged him and his sister Sarah to an isolated farm at the edge of the woods. However, Nat's dream of living off the land has died, as he loses his sanity.

When three ex-soldiers arrive at their cabin one night, Tom, like his father, believes they are providence, but their presence becomes more menacing when one of them reveals a secret: he's found gold. As the lure of gold infects everyone around him the cabin becomes a psychological battleground in which Tom's loyalty is put to the ultimate test.

Production[edit]

It was shot in 16mm in late 2008.[2]

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