Wake in fright - Ted Kotcheff (1971)
An unhappy teacher plans to visit his girlfriend during Christmas, but ends up in the outskirts of humanity facing suppressed homosexuality, beer drinking and pure animal cruelty.
The movie - that is not unbeautiful, and has nice editing, shows the lack of culture and civilization that John Grant (Gary Bond) meets in his disillusion and how he becomes infected by the brutality that surrounds him.
Donald Pleasence in a marvelous part as an alcoholic ex-doctor that has sex with John one night. Disgusting hunting of kangaroos.
There is just one woman in any important part, depressed and grumpy, but she offer John sex - he vomits.
It's a movie about a society without tenderness and humanity, and what that do with the people living under these conditions.
This is an almost forgotten movie, not much loved in Australia, but praised by Marin Scorsese and Nick Cave.
I guess this is not a movie for everyone. For me it was a so and so movie.