Samson and Delilah
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The wonderfully crafted first feature film by Australian Aboriginal filmmaker Warwick Thornton follows a young indigenous man and woman living in an isolated Aboriginal tribe in the largest desert in Australia. Following a series of tragedies, coupled with living in an isolated community, Samson and Delilah steal a car and escape to Alice Springs.
Directed by Warwick Thornton • Presented in English and Aboriginal with English subtitles 111 min | 2009 | Australia | Not Rated | Presented inView more
Free and open to the public; $5 suggested donation
650 North 1100 East, Logan, UT 84322
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