PG-13 | | Biography, Drama
A mother whose child was killed in a dingo attack in the Australian Outback fights to prove her innocence when she is accused of murder.
Based on a real-life incident that occurred near Ayers Rock (now Uluru), Central Australia. On the night of August 17, 1980, nine-week-old Azaria Chamberlain disappeared from the family tent during a camping trip. Lindy Chamberlain saw a dingo ... ...
I saw you this afternoon. Gone up the rock with a baby in a backpack. Carried a six-pack; I thought you were cracked!
Greg Lowe: It's bloody thirsty work climbin'.
Michael Chamberlain: You know Greg, the worst thing for a thirst is alcohol.
Greg Lowe: Aw, you gotta be jokin' mate, the worst ...
In the end credits, the movie's copyright year is 1988. In Roman numerals, it would be MCMLXXXVIII. Instead, the year is MCMLXXXIII, 1983.
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