‘Dead Europe’ trailer explores racial tensions through lens of family history

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2010’s searing family crime drama Animal Kingdom brought Australian cinema to the forefront of the international stage with a vengeance, turning attention to the country’s film community once again. One movie that seems poised to benefit from the increased exposure is director Tony Krawitz’s second feature, Dead Europe, a drama about a man discovering unpleasant aspects of his ancestral history as he travels to a racially tense Greece. Child actor Kodi Smit-McPhee, who has already made a name for himself with roles in The Road and Let Me In, leads a cast that includes Ewen Leslie, Marton Csokas, William Zappa, Yigal Naor, and Danae Skiadi. Krawitz hands off the screenwriting reins this time to first time feature film scribe Louise Fox. A trailer for the film has now been released, and can be seen below.

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