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Winner of the Miles Franklin and NBC Awards. From seperate catastrophes two rural families flee to the city and find… more info
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Two rural families - the Pickles and the Lambs - flee to the city after separate catastrophes. They find themselves… more info
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'A fragmented, hilarious, crude, mystical soap opera. In a rich Australian idiom, Winton lets his characters rip… more info
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