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Q&A with Simon Baker and writer/director Ivan Sen!Watch Trailer
Travis, a jaded detective, arrives in the remote outback town of Limbo to investigate the cold case murder of local Indigenous girl Charlotte Hayes 20 years ago. As truths about the murder begin to unfold, the detective gains a new insight into the unsolved case from the victim’s fractured family, the surviving witnesses and the reclusive brother of the chief suspect.
Don’t miss this special Q&A preview of the poignant, intimate journey into the complexities of loss and the impact of the justice system on Aboriginal families in Australia with Indigenous Australian film-maker Ivan Sen and Simon Baker.
Thursday, May 11 | 6:30pm (post-film Q&A)
“Simon Baker is superb as a jaded detective in Ivan Sen’s visually striking outback procedural.”
– THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
“A tough, muscular film with the grit of crime, but a heartbeat of compassion.”
– THE GUARDIAN
“…a craggy, buzz-cut Simon Baker [is] initially near-unrecognizable and never better.”
“It’s a distinctive work, both visually and in terms of its intriguingly detached outback noir storytelling.”
– SCREEN INTERNATIONALWatch Trailer
Palace James Street
Thursday, May 11
Q&A Post Film