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JASPER JONES is a coming of age story about Charlie Bucktin, a bookish boy of 14. On the night that Jasper Jones, the town's mixed race outcast shows him the dead body of young Laura Wishart, Charlie's life is changed forever. Entrusted with this secret and believing Jasper to be innocent, Charlie embarks on a dangerous journey to find the true killer. Set over the scorching summer holidays of 1969, Charlie defeats the local racists, faces the breakup of his parents and falls head over heels in love as he discovers what it means to be truly courageous.
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An Australian drama; A story set in Western Australia in the late 1960s about a bookish 14-year-old, who changes irrevocably the night Jasper Jones shows him the dead body of Laura Wishart.
At times engrossing and moving, it gives up on the main plotline and makes its subplots centre pieces. This destroys tension and we end up with straight melodrama.
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