Smokey Eyes’ is a short educational film aimed at patients with cataracts living in regional and outback Australia.† In order to appeal to a wide audience, the film employs a novel format, including the use of poetry and local phrases (e.g. ‘clean ’em up’ for cataract surgery) to form a spoken narrative. †The film was shot in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, and includes landscape shots, some didactic information on surgery, and links to further information.
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