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Bazza (Barry Crocker) inherits $2000 on the condition that he travels to England to further his cultural education. This cultural education includes drinking Fosters at Kangaroo Court (Earl’s Court) with his Aussie mates; being fleeced by London Poms for every spare penny and being propositioned by the inbred perversions of the country gentility. You know, strain the potatoes. Water the horses. You know, go where the big nobs hang out. Shake hands with the wife’s best friend? Drain the dragon? Siphon the python?
Miles Franklin was merely a masculine pseudonym used to help the female author get published in a time when women were not seen as capable of writing a book. The book, My Brilliant Career was based on the true account of the author’s attempt at becoming a writer in a man’s world and was published in 1901 in Edinburgh. The beautiful aspect of the story is that it will never have a resolution. It ends with Sybylla’s manuscript being posted to a publisher. However, the story continues into the real world as we read the published copy of her novel, see her immortalised every year with the Miles Franklin Award for literature and see her career become even more brilliant as she is placed on the big screen in all her glory by Gillian Armstrong.
On an interesting side note Ned Kelly was born the same year as the Eureka Stockade, 1854, and spent his life fighting the same corrupt Victorian Police force that the miners revolted against. Subtext: The raising of the Southern Cross: this is one of the few Australian films where a flag is a prominent symbol. The Southern Cross flag is minus the Union Jack because it was pre-commonwealth. The Australian flag isn’t viewed as a patriotic symbol as it is stamped by the British Empire; however, the Southern Cross flag used in this film is completely Australian.