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GoldstoneThe movie follows indigenous detective Jay Swan as he is sent to the small mining town of Goldstone to find a missing Asian tourist, where he is again forced to confront the institutionalised racism and corruption of a small town.
Actors of "Goldstone"
Directors of "Goldstone"Ivan Sen
Creators of "Goldstone"Ivan Sen
Critic Reviews of "Goldstone"VarietyJune 10, 2016
[A] socially conscious, supremely accomplished procedural thriller.3AWDecember 26, 2016
Goldstone might look great but it has plot holes as vast as the Outback itself . These hobble any attempt at creating tension or even maintaining dramatic plausibility, a quality in which the film does not seem particularly interested.The Film StageSeptember 27, 2016
[Mystery Road's] pace was ill suited for a tale harboring so many secrets until its explosive finale. Goldstone [lays] everything on the line instead.PopMattersSeptember 15, 2016
A collection of stunning shots and carefully paced action that has all the more impact for refusing to rush.NOW TorontoSeptember 09, 2016
Goldstone begins like a made-for-TV Outback riff on Lethal Weapon, but slowly its rugged and idiosyncratic beauty takes hold.Impulse GamerJuly 17, 2016
Rarely has a film looked as jaw-dropping as this while being so poorly served by its screenplay.Adelaide ReviewJuly 14, 2016
One of the key Aussie films of the year with a tough cast, fine playing and a vivid sense of time and dusty, dangerous place.ABC Radio BrisbaneJuly 10, 2016
Goldstone has its weaknesses but it's still an impressive action-thriller from Sen who puts a fresh spin on a well-used Hollywood formula.Urban CinefileJuly 09, 2016
It's an effective, engaging film, avoiding the expected resolutions for a more authentic result, while engaging us in the issues of how we live togetherDaily Telegraph (Australia)July 08, 2016
Noir fades to rouge in the harsh glare of the Aussie Outback. And few filmmakers are better qualified than Ivan Sen to capture this fascinating tonal shift.Sydney Morning HeraldJuly 07, 2016
The bad guys are such extreme political caricatures and the climax is so cack-handed that the structure can't hold.
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