Adapted from Phillip Gwynne's novel, 'Deadly, Unna?, this Australian film tells the story of an adolescent boy struggling with family conflicts and inter-racial turmoil in the lonely fishing village where he lives. Students can watch the movie and compare with the novel, allowing them to identify, explain and challenge cultural values, including representations of gender, ethnicity, youth, age and social class.
Zoey and Lukas conquer the question of why English has so many words from the Viking language Old Norse, as well as other languages.
A actress struggles to rebuild her life after a stint in a drug rehabilitation clinic. This means moving back into her mother's home - an ageing movie star who epitomises 'old Hollywood'.