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Tongue fu: Noongar language fights back with help from a Bruce Lee classic

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🎥📽 AUSTRALIAN LANGUAGE VERSION OF CLASSIC FILM TO VISIT ESPERANCE 🎥📽 Esperance will be the first town in regional Australia to see a Bruce Lee movie dubbed in an endangered Aboriginal language. The 1972 movie “Fist of Fury” starring Bruce Lee was re-voiced using about 20 Noongar voice actors and is called “Fist of Fury Noongar Daa”. It was first commissioned for the Perth Festival and was inspired by a similar project in America which saw Star Wars translated into Navajo, a Native American Language. Director Kylie Bracknell — also known as Kaarljilba Kaardn —said she chose “Fist of Fury” because of its themes of honour, resisting colonisation, revering one’s teachers and fighting injustice. If you’d like to check it…



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