The original screenplay, was Fellini-like in style and embraced the whole life-and-death cycles of a small Australian country town seen through the eyes of a visiting English anthropologist.

The director, John Duigan, eviscerated the dramatic sub-plots, making the film one-layered and more Hollywood in style, especially the ending which undermined the detached comic role of the Englishman. It was not a success.

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