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Director  Paul Cox
Music director  Paul Grabowsky
Duration  
Language  English
6.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama, Romance
Screenplay  Paul Cox
Country  Australia
Exile (1994 film) movie poster
Release date  12 February 1994 (1994-02-12)
Based on  novel Priests Island by E.L. Grant Watson
Writer  Paul Cox, E.L. Grant Watson (novel)
Initial release  September 13, 1995 (Turkey)
Cast  Aden Young (Peter Costello), Beth Champion (Mary), Claudia Karvan (Jean), Norman Kaye (Ghost Priest)
Similar movies  Related Paul Cox movies

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Exile is a 1994 Australian drama film directed by Paul Cox. It was entered into the 44th Berlin International Film Festival. The film was shot entirely on location in Tasmania.

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Plot

In the 19th century a young man is banished to an island for stealing a few sheep.

Cast

  • Aden Young as Peter Costello
  • Beth Champion as Mary
  • Claudia Karvan as Jean
  • Norman Kaye as Ghost Priest
  • David Field as Timothy Dullach
  • Chris Haywood as Village Priest
  • Barry Otto as Sheriff Hamilton
  • Hugo Weaving as Innes
  • Tony Llewellyn-Jones as Jean's Father
  • Nicholas Hope as MacKenzie
  • Gosia Dobrowolska as Midwife
  • Tammy Kendall as Alice
  • Production

    The film is based on a novel which was set in Scotland but Cox relocated it to Tasmania. Although an earlier script was written by another writer, Cox wrote the screenplay for the film over eight days while on holiday on a Greek Island. Half the budget was provided by the Film Finance Corporation.

    The film was shot from 15 March to 25 April 1993 on the Freycinet Peninsula on the east coast of Tasmania. Cox:

    It's a very religious film. Because of that, it is not very commercial, is not very successful. I think it's a very good film... Exile is about the sea. It's also about society, how it always destroys the individual: that we're not the end product of that society, we're just there to be manipulated and used. It's about a man kicked out of society who really becomes himself. He shines, burns through all the rubbish of the mind and the body. He has to somehow survive physically as well, and he does it quite brilliantly. People even get jealous of him. They ban him and exile him.

    References

    Exile (1994 film) Wikipedia
    Exile (1994 film) IMDb Exile (1994 film) themoviedb.org


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