Rabbit-Proof Fence Reviews
Great performances from all, including the kids.
With excellent acting and a script that doesn't abandon its true-story elements, Rabbit-Proof Fence is an intriguing as well as smooth telling of the events that inspired it.
One reason for the invading of Aboriginals cultural was the mistaken belief that Aborigines had no religion even though they follow indigenous religions. Disapproval of indigenous practices and customs has led to major reform movements. Such criticisms of indigenous religions have largely been based on the idea that the belief, teachings, and practices of indigenous religions are at best "primitive" deviations from Christianity or Islam and at worst heretical and sinful. Aboriginal religion, like many other religions, is characterized by having a god or gods who created people and the surrounding environment during a particular creation period at the beginning of time. Aboriginal people are very religious and spiritual, but rather than praying to a single god they cannot see, each group generally believes in a number of different deities, whose image is often depicted in some tangible, recognizable form. This form may be that of a particular landscape feature, an image in a rock art shelter, or in a plant or animal form.
Mr. Neville was chief protector of Aborigines in Western Australia for 25 years he retired in 1940. Under his command Aboriginal children were forcibly removed from their families throughout Australia until 1970 today many of the Aboriginal people continue to suffer the destruction of identity, family, life, and culture. That's why the Aboriginals has been called the Stolen Generations.