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Jess and Leslie in Terabithia
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Jess and Leslie in Terabithia

Jess and Leslie's imaginations run wild in Terabithia as they discover a troll who resembles a bully.

Jess and Leslie's imaginations run wild in Terabithia as they discover a troll who resembles a bully.

Jessie finds a way to keep Leslie close
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Jessie finds a way to keep Leslie close

Distraught and confused, Jessie returns to Terabithia. May Belle tries to follow him, but he pushes her away. Jack finds Jessie and consoles him, telling him not to give up ...

Distraught and confused, Jessie returns to Terabithia. May Belle tries to follow him, but he pushes her away. Jack finds Jessie and consoles him, telling him not to give up that special thing Leslie inspired. Jessie recognises he can keep Leslie alive in his memory. He decides to make amends with May Belle and create a safe passage into Terabithia with the skills Leslie taught him. The next day, he invites May Belle to Terabithia and crowns her the future leader.

You are not your parents
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You are not your parents

Jessie and Leslie talk about their families, and Leslie pulls Jessie up on his assumptions about gender. Jessie's dad, Jack, treats Jessie differently to his sisters and ...

Jessie and Leslie talk about their families, and Leslie pulls Jessie up on his assumptions about gender. Jessie's dad, Jack, treats Jessie differently to his sisters and punishes him for having his head in the clouds. Jessie starts losing faith in his imagination and dreams.

Jessie and Leslie discover the bully is bullied too
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Jessie and Leslie discover the bully is bullied too

After Jessie and Leslie play a trick on the school bully, Janice Avery, she is found crying in the bathroom. Jessie tells Leslie to talk to Janice and Leslie finds out that ...

After Jessie and Leslie play a trick on the school bully, Janice Avery, she is found crying in the bathroom. Jessie tells Leslie to talk to Janice and Leslie finds out that her father is abusive. They begin to understand why Janice behaves the way she does. Leslie goes to church with Jessie and decides they need bells in Terabithia.

Jessie stands up for himself
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Jessie stands up for himself

Jessie helps his dad, Jack, with some chores and accidentally loses his keys. Jack is furious and belittles Jessie for being useless. May Belle admits she gave the keys to ...

Jessie helps his dad, Jack, with some chores and accidentally loses his keys. Jack is furious and belittles Jessie for being useless. May Belle admits she gave the keys to Leslie to turn into bells. Leslie and Jessie go to Terabithia to retrieve them, where the Terabithian Warriors and the giant troll who has become their friend assist them. Jessie proves his father wrong by returning the keys.

New friends and new worlds
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New friends and new worlds

Leslie compliments Jessie on his drawing and Jessie finds himself inspired by Leslie's ability to write stories. Jessie helps Leslie escape a bully on the bus, and the two of ...

Leslie compliments Jessie on his drawing and Jessie finds himself inspired by Leslie's ability to write stories. Jessie helps Leslie escape a bully on the bus, and the two of them decide to hang out after school. Leslie decides they need a place just for them, a place without bullies. Being the more adventurous of the two, she leads them across the creek and begins building their new enchanted world.

Jess and Leslie become friends
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Jess and Leslie become friends

Jess and Leslie become friends and a connection develops as they open up their imaginations.

Jess and Leslie become friends and a connection develops as they open up their imaginations.

Individuality: Edward cuts a place for himself
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Individuality: Edward cuts a place for himself

Edward performs activities for the neighbours and family. Over dinner, Bill Boggs suggests Edward charge for his services, and Kim and her friends' behave coldly to Edward's ...

Edward performs activities for the neighbours and family. Over dinner, Bill Boggs suggests Edward charge for his services, and Kim and her friends' behave coldly to Edward's differences. The next day the community begins to accept Edward for his unique talents, and his list of jobs grow from topiary to dog grooming to hair cutting. Before long, every neighbour has a new individual haircut.

Accountability and the ethics of right and wrong
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Accountability and the ethics of right and wrong

Edward reveals he knew they were breaking into Jim's house, and why he went along with the plan.Kim is upset they let Edward take the blame and fights with Jim about telling ...

Edward reveals he knew they were breaking into Jim's house, and why he went along with the plan.Kim is upset they let Edward take the blame and fights with Jim about telling the truth. Edward trashes the bathroom in a fit of anger. Over dinner that evening, Bill Boggs asks Edward a hypothetical question regarding the ethical response to a situation. Edward's answer is kind but legally incorrect. The scene raises questions about individual accountability and behavioural ethics.

Peg tries to help Scissorhands fit in
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Peg tries to help Scissorhands fit in

Peg welcomes Edward Scissorhands into the Boggs home, showing him pictures of her family and his new room. Edward is in awe of the new environment as he follows Peg around. ...

Peg welcomes Edward Scissorhands into the Boggs home, showing him pictures of her family and his new room. Edward is in awe of the new environment as he follows Peg around. Peg leaves Edward to change when the phone rings. By offering Edward new clothes, Peg naively tries to assist with Edward's assimilation into the suburban culture by normalising his appearance.

Suburbia, difference and gossiping neighbours
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Suburbia, difference and gossiping neighbours

While driving through the small cookie-cutter suburb, Peg's neighbours can be seen running back into their houses or gossiping on the phone about the details of her new ...

While driving through the small cookie-cutter suburb, Peg's neighbours can be seen running back into their houses or gossiping on the phone about the details of her new passenger. Edward's timid curiosity is juxtaposed with the meddling behaviour of the suburban community.

Confusion, drink driving and prejudice
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Confusion, drink driving and prejudice

Jim bullies his friend into drink driving to the Boggs' house. Edward and Kim notice a van swerving drunkenly down the street as they hug by the window. Worried for Kevin's ...

Jim bullies his friend into drink driving to the Boggs' house. Edward and Kim notice a van swerving drunkenly down the street as they hug by the window. Worried for Kevin's safety, Edward rushes outside and pushes Kevin off the road, inadvertently nicking him in the process. A crowd gathers to witness the confusion of events. Jim attacks Edward and Edward defends himself. Realising how dangerous prejudice and hysteria in a small community can be, Kim tells Edward to run.

Frankenstein, Edward and the outsider
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Frankenstein, Edward and the outsider

Avon representative, Peg Boggs, sits in her car frustrated when she notices the old castle and decides to make a house call. On arrival, Peg is amazed to find a beautiful ...

Avon representative, Peg Boggs, sits in her car frustrated when she notices the old castle and decides to make a house call. On arrival, Peg is amazed to find a beautiful courtyard. Inside, Peg follows an elusive noise upstairs and discovers a frightened Edward. Peg asks for his name, complicating allusions to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. The scene also contrasts the outwardly ideal suburban community with Edward's lonely but creative world, suggesting things are not so black and white.

Social etiquette and understanding human interaction
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Social etiquette and understanding human interaction

At the barbeque, Edward is overwhelmed by the neighbour's requests and unsure how to behave. When Bill uses a figure of speech to say the food is ready, Edward is confused by ...

At the barbeque, Edward is overwhelmed by the neighbour's requests and unsure how to behave. When Bill uses a figure of speech to say the food is ready, Edward is confused by the phrase. That night, Edward remembers his lessons on social etiquette and how to interpret emotions.

Edward is deceived and labelled a villain
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Edward is deceived and labelled a villain

Kim's spoilt and insensitive boyfriend, Jim, convinces Kim and Edward to help him steal belongings from his parent's house. Under false pretences, Edward goes along with Jim's ...

Kim's spoilt and insensitive boyfriend, Jim, convinces Kim and Edward to help him steal belongings from his parent's house. Under false pretences, Edward goes along with Jim's plan. During the robbery, Edward gets locked inside, and Jim makes the others flee without him. Edward is arrested and takes the blame. Although the police psychologist gives Edward the all clear, remarking on his creativity and intellect, the community begins to ostracise him again.

Edward shows gratitude and the neighbours' act meddlesome
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Edward shows gratitude and the neighbours' act meddlesome

Edward realises he can repay the Boggs with his topiary skills, winning the respect of Bill and Kevin. The isolated and God-fearing neighbour Esmarelda intrudes, casting ...

Edward realises he can repay the Boggs with his topiary skills, winning the respect of Bill and Kevin. The isolated and God-fearing neighbour Esmarelda intrudes, casting aspersions against Edward. Bill tells Edward not to listen, calling the neighbour a "loony". Meanwhile, Peg answers the door to find all the neighbours insisting the Boggs host a barbeque to "show off" their guest. The strange exterior of Edward is contrasted with the perfect pastel neighbourhood, complicating stereotypes of goo

Labelling and enculturation
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Labelling and enculturation

Edward accidentally cuts Kim's hand as he descends from sculpting ice angel. Jim accuses Edward of intentional harm. Peg takes Kim inside to clean the wound, as Jim starts ...

Edward accidentally cuts Kim's hand as he descends from sculpting ice angel. Jim accuses Edward of intentional harm. Peg takes Kim inside to clean the wound, as Jim starts intimidating Edward. Calling Edward names and telling him he is dangerous, Jim invalidates his self-worth. Afraid and confused, Edward runs from the house and begins to behave as Jim, and the distrusting neighbours have labelled him, inciting further hysteria in the community.

Edward remembers his creation story
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Edward remembers his creation story

Edward helps Peg Boggs prepare for the neighbourhood barbeque. Peg tries to reassure Edward that the neighbours are very kind people, telling him to be himself. Edward is ...

Edward helps Peg Boggs prepare for the neighbourhood barbeque. Peg tries to reassure Edward that the neighbours are very kind people, telling him to be himself. Edward is confused by who he is and where he fits in the world. While Peg opens a can with an electric can opener, Edward is reminded of his creation story. Edwards creation story is reminiscent of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, where an unorthodox inventor desires to create a sentient creature.

Breaking Kate
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Breaking Kate

Katherina despairs at Petruchio's treatment of her, detailing many of the ways her husband has tried to break the headstrong woman and turn her into a compliant wife.

Katherina despairs at Petruchio's treatment of her, detailing many of the ways her husband has tried to break the headstrong woman and turn her into a compliant wife.

Father rules when daughters may marry
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Father rules when daughters may marry

Baptista Minola determines that his daughter Bianca may only marry when her elder sister, shrewish Kate, finds a husband.

Baptista Minola determines that his daughter Bianca may only marry when her elder sister, shrewish Kate, finds a husband.

Kate and Petruchio's battle of the sexes
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Kate and Petruchio's battle of the sexes

Petruchio and Katherina argue from the moment they first meet but Petruchio still insists Kate will be be his wife.

Petruchio and Katherina argue from the moment they first meet but Petruchio still insists Kate will be be his wife.

The auction of Bianca
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The auction of Bianca

Gremio and Tranio (disguised as Lucentio) bid to marry Bianca, telling Baptista how wealthy they are. Baptista agrees to let Lucentio marry Bianca if the suitor's financial ...

Gremio and Tranio (disguised as Lucentio) bid to marry Bianca, telling Baptista how wealthy they are. Baptista agrees to let Lucentio marry Bianca if the suitor's financial position can be verified.

The plot to marry Kate off to Petruchio
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The plot to marry Kate off to Petruchio

Hortensio, Gremio and Tranio (disguised as Lucentio) agree to pay Petruchio if he will marry Kate, leaving the competing suitors free to pursue Bianca.

Hortensio, Gremio and Tranio (disguised as Lucentio) agree to pay Petruchio if he will marry Kate, leaving the competing suitors free to pursue Bianca.

Thy husband is thy lord'
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Thy husband is thy lord'

Petruchio wagers that his wife is more compliant than both Lucentio and Hortensio's. Kate delivers thy husband is thy lord monologue, exhibiting the power relationship between ...

Petruchio wagers that his wife is more compliant than both Lucentio and Hortensio's. Kate delivers thy husband is thy lord monologue, exhibiting the power relationship between men and women in the play.

'My masters, are you mad?' in Twelfth Night
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'My masters, are you mad?' in Twelfth Night

Clip from Twelfth Night
Act 2, scene 3: Malvolio chastises Sir Toby Belch and Sir Andrew Aguecheek for loutish behaviour who plot revenge with Maria to humiliate Olivia's steward.

Act 2, scene 3: Malvolio chastises Sir Toby Belch and Sir Andrew Aguecheek for loutish behaviour who plot revenge with Maria to humiliate Olivia's steward.

'If music be the food of love' in Twelfth Night
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'If music be the food of love' in Twelfth Night

Clip from Twelfth Night
Act 1, scene 1: Duke Orsino professes his love for Countess Olivia.

Act 1, scene 1: Duke Orsino professes his love for Countess Olivia.

Emotions and memories inside Riley's head
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Emotions and memories inside Riley's head

Clip from Inside Out
In the opening scenes from Inside Out, Riley's emotions are personified in the characters Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness, and a model of how memories are formed illustrated.

In the opening scenes from Inside Out, Riley's emotions are personified in the characters Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness, and a model of how memories are formed illustrated.

Saying goodbye, rites of passage and history
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Saying goodbye, rites of passage and history

Boohoo Boone asks Omri what will happen when they return home, hoping they will have moved forward in time. Little Bear tells Omri and Patrick about the traditional rite of ...

Boohoo Boone asks Omri what will happen when they return home, hoping they will have moved forward in time. Little Bear tells Omri and Patrick about the traditional rite of passage in Iroquois culture and of the concept of harmony with the world. Before leaving, Little Bear asks Omri of the plight of the Onondaga people, and Omri tells him the truth. The Onondaga are great, but it is not always great for their people.

Life, death and responsibility
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Life, death and responsibility

Omri returns home with his friend Patrick, finding his brothers inspecting Little Bear's longhouse. Omri orders them out and searches for Little Bear. Patrick is amazed to see ...

Omri returns home with his friend Patrick, finding his brothers inspecting Little Bear's longhouse. Omri orders them out and searches for Little Bear. Patrick is amazed to see the figurine alive, begging Omri to transform one for him. Omri refuses, having learnt of the responsibility of such a transformation. While Omri is downstairs, Patrick goes against his wishes and transforms a cowboy called Boohoo Boone. Boohoo Boone presents a danger to Little Bear and is placed in a drawer. Omri takes Li

Omri meets Little Bear of the Iroquois people
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Omri meets Little Bear of the Iroquois people

After much trepidation, Omri and Little Bear begin to trust each other. Little bear tells Omri he is an Onondaga man of the Iroquois people from 1761, and he knows English ...

After much trepidation, Omri and Little Bear begin to trust each other. Little bear tells Omri he is an Onondaga man of the Iroquois people from 1761, and he knows English because the British used his people to fight the French. Realising the power the key and cupboard hold, Omri transforms a plastic tepee for Little Bear. Little Bear accepts the shelter, although not common to his clan. Omri decides to transform a selection of toys but quickly sees the dangers of being careless.

Omri learns that all actions have consequences
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Omri learns that all actions have consequences

Omri return home to find that Little Bear has built the longhouse. Omri shows Little Bear a Mohawk chieftain figurine he has brought for his longbow. When the chieftain dies ...

Omri return home to find that Little Bear has built the longhouse. Omri shows Little Bear a Mohawk chieftain figurine he has brought for his longbow. When the chieftain dies from shock, Little Bear requests a proper burial. Seeing that Omri is upset, Little Bear asks him about his experience of death. Realising Omri is only a child, Little Bear tells him not to practice magic he doesn't understand. Downstairs, Omri tells his father he is old enough now to go to the shops alone.

Stereotypes, respect and learning to communicate
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Stereotypes, respect and learning to communicate

Omri awakens to find Little Bear and Boohoo Boone fighting. Boohoo Boone insults Little Bear with American frontier language. Omri is worried by their fighting but still ...

Omri awakens to find Little Bear and Boohoo Boone fighting. Boohoo Boone insults Little Bear with American frontier language. Omri is worried by their fighting but still decides to take both men to school. At school, Patrick demands to carry the two men. Little Bear and Boohoo Boone are forced to communicate while Omri and Patrick are in class, ultimately finding common ground. As Omri leaves class, his teacher praises his knowledge of Iroquois culture. Patrick threatens to reveal their secret,

American history, massacres and remorse
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American history, massacres and remorse

Omri and Patrick discover the cupboard is missing. Omri returns the rat ball in exchange for the cupboard, but the key is gone. Boohoo Boone argues for their future, saying ...

Omri and Patrick discover the cupboard is missing. Omri returns the rat ball in exchange for the cupboard, but the key is gone. Boohoo Boone argues for their future, saying Little Bear needs a family and that it's the dawn of a new century in his town. That night, Omri, Patrick, Little Bear and Booho Boone watch television. Little Bear becomes distressed during a program showing the massacre of Native Americans. Little Bear cares for Boohoo Boone regardless.

Life and displacement
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Life and displacement

Omri hears his brother's rat as he searches under the floorboards for a missing key. Little Bear volunteers to retrieve the key and brave the escaped rat. Upon retrieval, Omri ...

Omri hears his brother's rat as he searches under the floorboards for a missing key. Little Bear volunteers to retrieve the key and brave the escaped rat. Upon retrieval, Omri sends for Tommy the World War I medic. While Tommy treats Boohoo's wound, Omri realises it's time to let Little Bear and Boohoo Boone return home. Before returning them, Omri tries to transform a figurine into a wife for Little Bear, but Little Bear refuses to let Omri displace her from her family and clan.

Grease Dancing
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Grease Dancing

Clip from Grease
John Travolta dancing

John Travolta dancing

Dylan researches and experiments with flight
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Dylan researches and experiments with flight

Clip from Paper Planes
Inspired by Australia II, Jack encourages his son Dylan to study everything that flies to build a better paper plane.

Inspired by Australia II, Jack encourages his son Dylan to study everything that flies to build a better paper plane.

Dylan confronts Jason about bullying and Jason retaliates
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Dylan confronts Jason about bullying and Jason retaliates

Clip from Paper Planes
Dylan confronts Jason about bullying another boy and then later Jason pushes Dylan down the stairs. Dylan does not tell anyone that Jason pushed him.

Dylan confronts Jason about bullying another boy and then later Jason pushes Dylan down the stairs. Dylan does not tell anyone that Jason pushed him.

Dylan urges dad to get over grief
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Dylan urges dad to get over grief

Clip from Paper Planes
While Jack and Dylan still mourn the death of their wife and mother, a frustrated Dylan demands his father moves on.

While Jack and Dylan still mourn the death of their wife and mother, a frustrated Dylan demands his father moves on.

Jason's competitiveness turns violent
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Jason's competitiveness turns violent

Clip from Paper Planes
Dylan approaches his trip to Japan as a learning experience and competitive Jason resorts to violence.

Dylan approaches his trip to Japan as a learning experience and competitive Jason resorts to violence.

Writing and identity
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Writing and identity

Alison suggests Erica has an original idea for a play. Erica gets to work writing a script inspired by the world around her. After realising she has stage fright, Erica is ...

Alison suggests Erica has an original idea for a play. Erica gets to work writing a script inspired by the world around her. After realising she has stage fright, Erica is forced to cast Alison as her stand-in character. Barry defends Erica to the others. That night, Erica sits outside wearing Alison's kimono and is shocked by a kiss from Barry, unclear whether he knew who it was.

Jealousy, anxiety and new friends
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Jealousy, anxiety and new friends

Ms Belmont ridicules the students for their poorly researched essays on Greenland. Alison is the only student to receive praise. Alison Ashley, the new girl, arrives. In ...

Ms Belmont ridicules the students for their poorly researched essays on Greenland. Alison is the only student to receive praise. Alison Ashley, the new girl, arrives. In contrast to the class' darker and mooted fashion, Alison is cast in a glowing soft light similar to the style use to distinguished private education in the opening sequence. Erica gives Alison the tour, discovering they aren't so similar in the end. Erica becomes anxious that Alison will overshadow her.

Friendship, family and feeling left out
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Friendship, family and feeling left out

Alison upsets Erica by insulting the low academic and social standards of her high school. Later, Alison visits Erica at home and meets her family. Erica, embarrassed by her ...

Alison upsets Erica by insulting the low academic and social standards of her high school. Later, Alison visits Erica at home and meets her family. Erica, embarrassed by her family and social position, invents stories about their "real" lives. Alison plays along. Erica walks Alison home but on the way is ditched by Alison for her other friends.

Perseverance, acceptance and personal growth
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Perseverance, acceptance and personal growth

On opening night Lennie Grubb gives Erica a pep talk, persuading her to continue with the play. After sorting out the props she is sent back to her dorm by Ms Belmont where ...

On opening night Lennie Grubb gives Erica a pep talk, persuading her to continue with the play. After sorting out the props she is sent back to her dorm by Ms Belmont where she finds a hardcopy of her play complied by Alison. She realises all she has missed and goes back to watch the final act. Alison invites her on stage to accept the applause. Erica realises what she has to do and goes outside to find Alison.

New parents and school camps
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New parents and school camps

Lennie Grubb drives Erica to camp drop-off and tries to talk to Erica about his marrying her mother. The conversation goes badly and Lennie accidently tells Erica some hurtful ...

Lennie Grubb drives Erica to camp drop-off and tries to talk to Erica about his marrying her mother. The conversation goes badly and Lennie accidently tells Erica some hurtful truths about her father. Erica tells Lennie he will never be her stepfather. Alison and Erica are assigned cabins together, much to their annoyance. Erica and Barry Holis have a flirtatious altercation in the dining hall.

High school, classism and misconceptions
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High school, classism and misconceptions

The opening sequence shows a divide between the gentle, lavish and privately educated lifestyle of the wealthy, and the chaotic, harsh and publically educated environment of ...

The opening sequence shows a divide between the gentle, lavish and privately educated lifestyle of the wealthy, and the chaotic, harsh and publically educated environment of the poor. This classist motif reoccurs throughout the film. The lead character, Erica Yurken, is not from the gentle world of tennis and ballerinas, but the harsh world of graffiti and bullies. She is instantly drawn to the new teacher, Ms Belmont, who vows to crush the infamous 9C classroom into shape.

Erica tries to help Alison and runs away from camp
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Erica tries to help Alison and runs away from camp

Erica overhears Alison on the phone to her mother and realises Alison's life might not be so perfect after all. Feeling sympathetic, Erica impersonates Ms Belmont to Alison's ...

Erica overhears Alison on the phone to her mother and realises Alison's life might not be so perfect after all. Feeling sympathetic, Erica impersonates Ms Belmont to Alison's mother imploring her to notice her daughter. The plan backfires and they both get into trouble. Alison doesn't let her explain her actions. Erica decides she has to leave Camp Desolation and ventures to the next town, but is found by Ms Belmont.

Lawrence takes the Kerrigans case to High Court
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Lawrence takes the Kerrigans case to High Court

Clip from The Castle
Lawrence argues that the Kerrigans should be better compensated for the compulsory acquisition of their property, saying that the home was more than just bricks and mortar.

Lawrence argues that the Kerrigans should be better compensated for the compulsory acquisition of their property, saying that the home was more than just bricks and mortar.

Darryl attempts to fight the eviction
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Darryl attempts to fight the eviction

Clip from The Castle
Darryl decides to fight the decision to evict the family from their home.

Darryl decides to fight the decision to evict the family from their home.

Mabo, the vibe, land rights and the Constitution
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Mabo, the vibe, land rights and the Constitution

Clip from The Castle
Banding together, Darryl, Farouk, Jack and Yvonne move ahead with the David and Goliath case. At court, Dennis struggles to articulate his argument, calling on a broader, ...

Banding together, Darryl, Farouk, Jack and Yvonne move ahead with the David and Goliath case. At court, Dennis struggles to articulate his argument, calling on a broader, ethical understanding of justice, the Constitution and the historical Mabo v Queensland (1992) native title case. Outside, Darryl meets retired barrister Lawrence Hammill and they chat having pride in their children, and the case. Back in court, Darryl discovers they lost. With a heavy heart, Darryl must inform his friends.

Serenity, Bonnie Doon, air travel and family holidays
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Serenity, Bonnie Doon, air travel and family holidays

Clip from The Castle
Con and Tracey, returning from their honeymoon in Thailand, are collected at the airport. Back home, Con and Tracey recount all the fascinating aspects of the flight and the ...

Con and Tracey, returning from their honeymoon in Thailand, are collected at the airport. Back home, Con and Tracey recount all the fascinating aspects of the flight and the airline, and give out gifts from Thailand. The Kerrigans leave for Bonnie Doon the next day. While the boys go fishing, Tracey does Sal's hair and they chat about children, careers and changing times. That afternoon, Darryl admires his family, the Bonnie Doon's "serenity", and the smell of a two-stroke engine.

Individual rights and the law
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Individual rights and the law

Clip from The Castle
The Kerrigans receive a notice of "compulsory acquisition" of their family home. They soon discover that their elderly neighbours Farouk, a recent migrant from Lebanon, and ...

The Kerrigans receive a notice of "compulsory acquisition" of their family home. They soon discover that their elderly neighbours Farouk, a recent migrant from Lebanon, and Jack are being evicted too. Seeking explanation at the local council, Darryl argues that "compensation" isn't the question and decides to fight the eviction head on. Darryl turns to Dennis Denuto, an incompetent but friendly lawyer who has worked with the family previously. At home, Darryl continues to celebrate family achiev

A man's home is his castle
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A man's home is his castle

Clip from The Castle
Dale Kerrigan introduces loveable patriarch and dad, Darryl (the "backbone" of the family), mother Sal ("the other bones"), brothers Steven and Wayne, sister Tracey and her ...

Dale Kerrigan introduces loveable patriarch and dad, Darryl (the "backbone" of the family), mother Sal ("the other bones"), brothers Steven and Wayne, sister Tracey and her husband Con. The Kerrigans live in Coolaroo, nestled between the airport and the power lines. They are your typical working-class family, battlers with big hearts, modest dreams and a little rough around the edges. Darryl loves their "castle", but one day he gets a visit from a property valuer that changes their lives.

A home, not a house, on just terms
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A home, not a house, on just terms

Clip from The Castle
Darryl, Dennis and Lawrence Hammill plead their case to the High Court of Australia. Lawrence argues the case thoughtfully, but the respondents make a judgemental remark about ...

Darryl, Dennis and Lawrence Hammill plead their case to the High Court of Australia. Lawrence argues the case thoughtfully, but the respondents make a judgemental remark about the Kerrigan home and Darryl looses his cool. Outside, Darryl apologises for getting heated but explains they don't understand that value is in the home, not the house. During closing remarks, Lawrence argues for just terms, the pricelessness of place and the difference between a house and a home.

Dennis cites constitution and Mabo decision
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Dennis cites constitution and Mabo decision

Clip from The Castle
Dennis refers to the vibe of the constitution and the Mabo decision in trying to save the Kerrigans' home.

Dennis refers to the vibe of the constitution and the Mabo decision in trying to save the Kerrigans' home.

The Kerrigans drive to Bonnie Doon
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The Kerrigans drive to Bonnie Doon

Clip from The Castle
The Kerrigans go on their traditional family trip to Bonnie Doon.

The Kerrigans go on their traditional family trip to Bonnie Doon.

It's not a house it's a home
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It's not a house it's a home

Clip from The Castle
Darryl puts his case to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, arguing family homes are priceless, the importance of being just and fair, and "a man's home is his castle". ...

Darryl puts his case to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, arguing family homes are priceless, the importance of being just and fair, and "a man's home is his castle". Farouk and Darryl are optimistic, but learn AirLink is a formidable opponent. As they deliberate, Sal asks Farouk what he was offered in compensation. Farouk explains that the planes don't bother him because in Beirut is not value that is dropped, offering an anecdote on political conflict. Darryl decides to fight AirLink.

Bureaucracy, political bullies and the little guys
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Bureaucracy, political bullies and the little guys

Clip from The Castle
Ron Graham, a representative of AirLink, visits Dennis and offers to rectify a "mistake" made when valuing the Kerrigan house. Dennis suggests Darryl isn't in it for the money ...

Ron Graham, a representative of AirLink, visits Dennis and offers to rectify a "mistake" made when valuing the Kerrigan house. Dennis suggests Darryl isn't in it for the money and Ron insinuates that political frustrations could spill into other parts of life. Dennis, intimidated and pessimistic, tries to convince Darryl to take the money but Darryl sticks to his guns. That night, Sal tells her sons about falling in love with Darryl and his principles. (Coarse language.)

Dejected in defeat, Kerrigans begins to pack
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Dejected in defeat, Kerrigans begins to pack

Clip from The Castle
When the the court rejects the family's appeal, and faced with selling their home for only the price of a small apartment, the Kerrigans begin to pack up.

When the the court rejects the family's appeal, and faced with selling their home for only the price of a small apartment, the Kerrigans begin to pack up.

Home, memories and land theft
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Home, memories and land theft

Clip from The Castle
Sal finds Darryl packing up the "pool room" and they discuss taking care of Jack and looking for a new home. Darryl talks about memories, displacement and Australia's history ...

Sal finds Darryl packing up the "pool room" and they discuss taking care of Jack and looking for a new home. Darryl talks about memories, displacement and Australia's history of land theft, when Lawrence "Lawry" Hammill makes a surprise visit. Lawry explains he was a retired QC (Queen's council), or "lawyers rich people use", who specialised in Australian constitutional law and offers to appear on Darryl's behalf, pro bono.

Springboks tour Mandela's prison
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Springboks tour Mandela's prison

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Francois Pienaar learns of Mandela's experience at Robben Island and president recites Invictus poem.

Francois Pienaar learns of Mandela's experience at Robben Island and president recites Invictus poem.

Mandela, sport and national unity
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Mandela, sport and national unity

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Francois Pienaar gets Springboks on board with Nelson Mandela's plan to unify South Africa at the Rugby World Cup.

Francois Pienaar gets Springboks on board with Nelson Mandela's plan to unify South Africa at the Rugby World Cup.

Mandela unites nation around Springboks
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Mandela unites nation around Springboks

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Mandela moves to unite South Africa around the Springboks, a symbol of oppression.

Mandela moves to unite South Africa around the Springboks, a symbol of oppression.

Springboks face All Blacks haka after anthems
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Springboks face All Blacks haka after anthems

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South Africans are united by national anthem and Springboks face All Blacks haka.

South Africans are united by national anthem and Springboks face All Blacks haka.

Springboks go on national training tour
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Springboks go on national training tour

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Mandela determines to unify nation at Rugby World Cup and sends Springboks to tour townships in the lead up.

Mandela determines to unify nation at Rugby World Cup and sends Springboks to tour townships in the lead up.

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