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Where The Green Ants Dream

Another fascinating . . sometimes maddening chapter in director Werner Herzog's continuing obsession with the fate of the earth and the fate of himself, while the planet is governed by short-sighted philistines. This film portrays the evil of Western civilisation encroaching on, and destroying the deeply spiritual Aboriginal culture.

Year: 1984
Genre: Art House Cinema, Australian Film, Film Festivals 1985
Country: Germany
Director: Werner Herzog
Starring: Bruce Spence, Wandjuk Marika, Roy Marika
Duration: 105 Minutes
Rating: M
7.1/10
Location in store: Art House Cinema

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