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Last updated on June 10th, 2017 at 04:27 am
The Age’s Brian Courtis whines about American cultural imperialism:
Well, we’ve known the rules. We’ve known them since Errol Flynn liberated Burma without any help from British, Australian or New Zealand forces. Churchill and a few Diggers may have been upset, but the fact is when it comes to Hollywood only the good guys win and, since we’re playing with their toys, those good guys must inevitably be Americans.
Errol Flynn was, of course, Australian. (And a Bulletin columnist, for that matter.) The solution to Courtis’s problem: don’t play in Hollywood, and make Australian films that people actually want to watch.
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