Braran Nue Dae Analysis

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Good morning/afternoon panel. Today I am here to propose my idea for the sequel of Bran Nue Dae. Bran Nue Dae Teu will be following Rosie and her music career which takes her and Willie across the world, but Willie has other thoughts. I believe that my idea for this sequel will be a good idea because is keeping the nature of the first film.
The character that I am going to develop more in this movie will be Rosie, and her musical career. I have made her into a major character, following the same musical life as she had in the first film, but she is now the main character. She is a beautiful, talented young woman who wishes to peruse her musical career around the globe. She is a newly-wed to Willie, and they are planning on having a child. Her musical career is the most important thing in her life, and she will do anything to expand her knowledge and experience.
How will Bran Nue Dae Teu start? Well, it will be starting the same as the first film, opening with a cartoon the fading into reality. Just like the first film, it will start in the church, but instead of Rosie singing at church, she and Willie will be getting married with Father Benedictus will be performing the ceremony. All of Willie’s family attend, and Rosie’s family fly from New
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The song ‘there’s nothing I would rather be than to be an aborigine’ will be used in the sequel, to show the connection that the Aboriginal people have with their home. Another key item that will remain the same is the characters. There will be no new characters added, rather I will develop the character of Rosie. In this sequel, the location will begin in Boomed, not stay in Australia throughout the entirety of the movie because of Rosie’s music taking her on tours across the globe, the locations will be in America, France and Broome. The atmosphere of this movie will remain the same: cheesy and funny, but showing the viewers a side of the Aboriginal they may have not seen

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