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A smouldering resentment has turned conservative country people to civil disobedience. Politicians are caught off guard, not knowing who to support. Coal seam gas is forcing us to ask difficult questions about our way of life and what we value. Into this maelstrom of conflict and passions ventures the Frackman and his filmmaker mate. They take a quixotic journey through the landscape and lives being torn apart by our desperate search for energy.

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Freshwater Productions Pty Limited  Smith & Nasht Pty Ltd  Richard Michael Todd
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