Blowback is a satirical look at Australia's policy on Intervention. A group of Indigenous leaders from the Northern Territory decide that the incidence of child abuse in 'white Australia' is too high so they send in a militarised task force to Kings Cross to intervene.
- Release dates
- 2009 - Australia (Premiere at Sydney Underground Film Festival)
20 February 2010 - USA (Thin Line Film Fest, Texas)
- Political Film Award - Sydney Underground Film Festival 2009
- M - Mature
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