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Rabbit-Proof Fence - (2002)

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The story of three aboriginal daughters who are forced to stay away from their family. Now the girls who are away from their families are called 'Stolen generation'. And these three girls are a part of this group.

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Sexual and Erotic Content
No sexual and/or erotic content.
No significant nudity scenes have been observed in the movie.
Sexual Violence
Sexual violence and rape implied during the movie.
Alcohol and/or Drug abuse
No alcohol and/or drug use.
There are not homosexual relations in the movie.
Aggressive Behavior and/or Violence
Occasional aggressive behavior and/or violence.
No profanity.
Household violence and adultery
Household violence and/or adultery implied.
Negative references to any religion or belief
No negative references to religion or belief.
Negative role models and messages for teens
No negative role models and messages for teens.
Positive family values
Some negative role models and messages for teens.
Positive representation of Islam
There is no reference to Islam and Muslims.

Directed by: Phillip Noyce
Produced by: Phillip Noyce
Christine Olsen
John Winter
Screenplay by: Christine Olsen
Based on: Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence 
by Doris Pilkington
Starring: Everlyn Sampi
Kenneth Branagh
David Gulpilil
Music by: Peter Gabriel
Cinematography: Christopher Doyle
Editing by: Veronika Jenet
John Scott
Studio: HanWay Films
Distributed by: Miramax Films
Running time: 93 minutes
Country: Australia
Language: Aboriginal
Budget: USD$6 million
Box offic:e USD$16,217,411
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