By now, you’ve probably seen this movie or heard about it.
It’s a remake of the classic film of the same name starring Robert Redford and Robert De Niro.
It was filmed in 1927, but it never saw a wider release than it did in the 1970s, when it was released in the U.K. on DVD and Blu-ray.
This time around, it was shot in Australia, but that was not the case with the original movie.
It looks like there is a lot of variation in the look of the house, but the one thing that sticks out the most is the house dress.
That’s the house sparrow.
The house sprawn has become one of the most iconic birds in the Australian landscape.
The Australian National Museum has a nice collection of sparrow feathers, and it’s quite interesting to see what this Australian house spaniel was wearing.
The film was shot on location in Tasmania, with the sparrows being trained on the beach at the time.