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- Silence, please: 'Dr Plonk'
- McFarlane, Brian
- Is Rolf de Heer Australia's most risk-taking, most innovative filmmaker? This, in the light of his track record over the last decade or so, is at least an arguable proposition. He belongs to none of the 'safe' categories of Australian - or indeed any - films, but this Dutch-born filmmaker has done as much as anyone to stiffen the sinews of the concept of a 'national cinema' here.
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- Journal article
- Metro Magazine, no. 153 (2007), pp. 38-41
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- 1902 Film, Television and Digital Media; 2001 Communication and Media Studies
- Australian cinema; Australian films; Comedy films; De Heer, Rolf; Dr. Plonk; Film review; Silent cinema; Silent films
- Australian Teachers of Media
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- Copyright © 2007. The published version is reproduced in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher.
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