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THE LAST TASMANIAN

Australia / France, 1978 (MIFF 1978)

Director: Tom Haydon

The extermination of the Tasmanian Aboriginals is the only case in recent times of genocide so swift and total. This film examines the causes and the events which led to this tragic episode in Australia's history.

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