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Review: SPEAR

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Ebony reviews the Australian film SPEAR she saw at Cinema Nova earlier this week. SPEAR is a contemporary Aboriginal story, told through movement and dance, or a young man Djali as he journeys through his community to understand what it means to be a man with ancient traditions in a modern world. 

SPEAR is now showing at Cinema Nova.

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