Alex Billington’s review published on Letterboxd:
A brutal Australian western set in the 1930s about racism towards aboriginals. Lots of shoot outs. Lots of vengeance and anger and, ahem, racism. Perfect line delivery when the aboriginal grandfather retorts "MY country." Intense but good, though not great. I still liked it. Reminds me of The Nightingale if it was more of a vibrant action western and had way more shootouts. It's also refreshing to see a film told mostly from the perspective of a young aboriginal boy.