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The Hunting Season 1

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The Hunting intimately & dramatically imagines the lives of four teenagers, their teachers & their families throughout the lead up, revelation & aftermath of a nude teen photo scandal. When two high school teachers discover students are sharing explicit photos of their underage friends & peers online, the revelation has unbearable consequences for their students & their families. Tackling themes of misogyny, privacy, sexuality & sexualisation, online exploitation, masculinity & gender, the series uses this singular event as a way of exploring some of the most pressing issues of our time & offering a vital portrait of contemporary, multicultural Australia.

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Starring

Asher Keddie, Sam Reid, Jessica De Gouw, Richard Reid, Kavitha Anandasivam

Directed by

Ana Kokkinos, Sophie Hyde

Written by

Matthew Cormack, Sophie Hyde, Nioki Aken

Country Of Origin

Australia

Language

English

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