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Drama | Western
Frame Rate:
24 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
117 min
IMDB Rating:
7.5 / 10 
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Directors: Victoria Wharfe McIntyre [Director] ,

Movie Description:
When a woman's husband, daughter, land and innocence are ripped from her, she embarks on a brutal journey of retribution and revenge.


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Beautiful and strong movie.

Today I watched The Flood and I love it. it's a beautiful but also sad story as to what happend to th enative people of Australia in the past.I read a comment of the director that it's not a movie for the faint hearted and she is right. I have seen a lot in the past, but this movie touched me from beginning to the end.The beautiful scenery the movie is filmed is given the movie so much more. the beautiful nature combined with native traditions which are seen in the movie.Well done to cast and crew to the movie.

Thought Provoking

Such a well wriiten story that needed to be told. Edge of your seat drama till the very end. Loved it.

Beautifully tragic eye opener

Really appreciated the film's honesty. It was special to see all the beautiful countryside and local Aussie talent in all aspects of the film process. A film about a shameful past, but a great way to engage new generations so the past mistakes aren't repeated
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