From Roger Ebert’s 2012 review, which came out after the film’s only surviving print was found by its editor and Wake in Fright got a new release:
Wake in Fright is a film made in Australia in 1971 and almost lost forever. It’s not dated. It is powerful, genuinely shocking and rather amazing. It comes billed as a “horror film” and contains a great deal of horror, but all of the horror is human and brutally realistic.
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HELL yes, an all-timer! A movie that dares to ask: fellas, is it gay to slit a kangaroo’s throat? I wish soused Donald Pleasence were my doctor.
wait…are you saying there might be a homosexual subtext to this film?!