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Ghan, The: Australia's Greatest Train Journey

Model:
BHE7896
SKU:
641549
PLU: 9318500078964
An Australian first foray into the 'Slow TV' movement, this is an immersive journey on Australia's most iconic railway that reveals - in real time - the stunning topographical vistas and dramatic palette changes from Adelaide to Darwin, while unpacking our Indigenous, multicultural and social history in the most surprising way. The train line and subsequent development of central Australia and the growth of Darwin, Alice Springs and Port Augusta can be attributed to local Indigenous communities' knowledge of surviving the harsh desert, as well as early immigrants, including Europeans, Chinese and the Afghan cameleers 'The Ghan' is named after.
An Australian first foray into the 'Slow TV' movement, this is an immersive journey on Australia's most iconic railway that reveals - in real time - the stunning topographical vistas and dramatic palette changes from Adelaide to Darwin, while unpacking our Indigenous, multicultural and social history in the most surprising way. The train line and subsequent development of central Australia and the growth of Darwin, Alice Springs and Port Augusta can be attributed to local Indigenous communities' knowledge of surviving the harsh desert, as well as early immigrants, including Europeans, Chinese and the Afghan cameleers 'The Ghan' is named after.
Format - DVD
Genre - TV Documentary
Rating - G
Consumer Advice - General
Release Date - 04/07/18
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An Australian first foray into the 'Slow TV' movement, this is an immersive journey on Australia's most iconic railway that reveals - in real time - the stunning topographical vistas and dramatic palette changes from Adelaide to Darwin, while unpacking our Indigenous, multicultural and social history in the most surprising way. The train line and subsequent development of central Australia and the growth of Darwin, Alice Springs and Port Augusta can be attributed to local Indigenous communities' knowledge of surviving the harsh desert, as well as early immigrants, including Europeans, Chinese and the Afghan cameleers 'The Ghan' is named after.
Film GenreTV Documentary
LabelBeyond Home Entertainment
AudioEnglish (Dolby Digital 2.0)
Running Time180
Aspect ratio1.78:1
Region Coding4
TV StandardPAL
RatingG
Consumer AdviceGeneral
Year of Release2018
Primary Format - Movies/TVDVD
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