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Nitram review: new film about Port Arthur perpetrator is uncomfortable viewing, but not for the reasons you might expect

By Alison Taylor, Senior Teaching Fellow, Bond University
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A film about the perpetrator of Australia’s worst mass shooting was always going to be controversial. After 25 years, Tasmania’s Port Arthur massacre — in which 35 people were killed and scores more injured — is still raw for many Australians.

The announcement that the subject was to be dramatised was unsurprisingly met with trepidation. Some fear the film might…

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