Summary Of The Film 'The Castle'

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“The Castle” directed by Rob Sitch, is an Australian movie which expresses a variety of messages about the values connected with Australian culture. The Castle demonstrates themes of mateship, family values and team work. These values will be discussed about how these values are pre in the film and discussing how they occur in the film.
Mateship is one of the strongest themes that stands out in the movie. For example Darryl, who finds his house in danger because the council want to expand the airport and acquire their home, he ran straight to Jack his elderly neighbour to check if he was doing ok. This kindness and caring Darryl shows all throughout out the film, by checking on others and their well-being before himself. Darryl fought for

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