Movies

Too Little Justice

Synopsis

Too Little Justice tells of "everyday" racism escalating into violence as an Indigenous school boy is forced to fight for dignity.

Too Little Justice was written as a response to the events and the media coverage of Sydney's "Redfern Riots" in early 2004, following the death of Aboriginal teenager TJ Hickey.

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Too Little Justice shows vividly how racism often starts with an 'innocent' remark when one does not know about offending stereotypes.

Details

Cast
George Barker - Warren
Shannon Cole - John
Release dates
2004 - Australia
Rating
PG - Parental guidance
Soundtrack
Basil Hogios
Notes

Dean Francis films include The Beat (2007) 9 min , Vermin (2006) 22 min, Deadline (2006) 5 min, Damage (2006) 48 min (TV Pilot), Afterlife (2005) 9 min, Go Fight Yourself (2005) 45 sec, Boy's Grammar (2005) 8 min, Transgression (2004) 7 min, Too Little Justice (2004) 5 min, Crazy Richard (2002) 64 min, I Can't Even Think Straight! (2000) 58 min (TV Pilot) , Dupion (2000) 11 min, Dysposia (1999) 21 min, Escape from Hell (1998) 9 min, Cult of Beauty (1998) 11 min.

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Korff, J 2018, Too Little Justice, <https://www.creativespirits.info/resources/movies/too-little-justice>, retrieved 18 September 2021

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