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Title: Strong Women Became Weak Under Its Influence: The Uses of Pituri in Charles Chauvel’s Film, Uncivilised
Authors: Hoorn, Jeanette
Keywords: Motion pictures -- Australia
Issue Date: 2-May-2005
Publisher: eCOMMUNITY: International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction
Citation: Hoorn, J. (2005). Strong women became weak under its influence: The uses of Pituri in Charles Chauvel’s film, Uncivilised. eCOMMUNITY: International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction, 2(2), 40-45.
Abstract: The 1936 movie, Uncivilised by Charles Chauvel is a fantasy film of a lost paradise. The unfamiliar indigenous drug Pituri is used as a vehicle for demonising Aborigines and endorsing the so-called superior values of the white settlers’ culture in Australia.
Description: Copyright © Masood Zangeneh, Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/47879
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