Thursday, April 20, 2017


1915, Gallipoli (Turkey). A battalion of young engaged Australians is confronted with the barbarism of war. Among them, an aboriginal soldier who, to flee reality, takes refuge in the time of the dream, a myth inculcated by his ancestors. In the hell of the Dardanelles, he meets an idealist officer who has another vision: accepting violence to become a beast of war. Dreamtime. A comic by Stéphane Antoni and Olivier Ormière.
In 1910, armed men disembarked on an evangelical mission and ordered to hand over all the children to them. Forcibly dragged from their parents by these merciless soldiers, the young aborigines were then placed in white families in order to "civilize" them. Thomas Freeman is one of them. Five years later, Australia is preparing to go to war. A battalion of committed young people is about to land on the Gallipoli peninsula, the Turkish front of the First World War. Among the cannon fodder that takes place in the first canoe, Thomas is not only one of the easy targets offered to the enemy, but also that of the racist hatred of his comrades in misfortune. Lost in the hell of the battle of the Dardanelles, he takes refuge in the time of the dream.


Dreamtime v1 Gallipoli (2011) (Sosich).cbr | 38.56 MB | LINK:
Dreamtime v2 Fromelles (2013) (Sosich).cbr | 67.92 MB | LINK:
Dreamtime v3 Hermannsburg (2014) (Sosich).cbr | 75.41 MB | LINK:

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