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Director  Ivan Sen
Initial DVD release  September 7, 2010 (USA)
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Country  Australia
7.3/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama, Romance
Budget  2.5 million AUD
Writer  Ivan Sen
Language  English
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Release date  2002
Cast  Dannielle Hall (Lena), Damian Pitt (Vaughn), Jenna Lee Connors (Ty), Mundurra Weldon (Liam)
Similar movies  The Shawshank Redemption, Salt, White Heat, Down by Law, Next Friday, White People

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Beneath Clouds is a 2002 film by Australian director Ivan Sen. It is the feature film debut by the two lead actors. Damian Pitt was approached by Sen on the streets of Moree, New South Wales, and had never acted before. Dannielle Hall was cast through a more traditional method, via an audition tape. Much of the support cast were local residents from Pitt's hometown of Moree.

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Plot synopsis

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Lena has an absent Irish father she longs to see and an Aboriginal mother she finds disgusting. When she breaks away, she meets up with petty criminal Vaughn who's just escaped from low security prison to reluctantly visit his dying mother. Blonde and light-skinned, Lena remains in denial about her Aboriginal heritage; Vaughn is an angry young man with a grudge against all whites. An uneasy relationship begins to form as they hit the road heading to Sydney, taking them on a journey that's as emotional as it is physical, as revealing as it is desperate.

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Initially the two reluctant travelling companions are suspicious and wary of each other, but their journey, mostly by foot and the odd lift, builds an understanding between them. The film follows its creator's (Ivan Sen's) own experiences growing up in Inverell, NSW with an Aboriginal mother and a European father who was not around.

Production

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The film was financed by the New South Wales Film Commission and the Australian Film Finance Corporation.

Reception

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The Rotten Tomatoes Want-To-See score is currently 79%, but no official approval rating has been announced to this day. Only two film critics have posted reviews on the site, both positive. Urban Cinefile Critics commented "Displaying about equal amounts of naiveté, passion and talent, Beneath Clouds establishes Sen as a filmmaker of considerable potential". Andrew Howe of eCritic.com called it "One of the few feature films to canvass the issues facing the Aboriginal community from an adolescent perspective".

Box office

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Beneath Clouds grossed $548,416 at the box office in Australia.


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References

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