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Homeland – Utopia review

By Glenn Dunks May 22, 2014 Is there a more ironic film title this year than John Pilger’s Utopia? Rather than the idyllic paradise the word suggests, the notoriously prickly British journalist has taken the central Australian indigenous township of Utopia (a real place that has no roads or electricity to support its poverty-stricken inhabitants) […]

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