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‘Rightwing swine’: Oscar winner calls out No campaign after film’s scene used in Voice ad

Oscar-winning filmmaker Martin McDonagh has lashed out at No campaigners after a clip from his film Seven Psychopaths featured in social media posts ahead of the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum.

Leading No campaign group Fair Australia shared the clip on social media with an image of Prime Minister Anthony Albanese superimposed over the face of the character Paulo, played by Zeljko Ivanek.

Albanese was depicted wearing a Yes badge in the doctored clip, in which Paulo threatens the character Hans – played by Christopher Walken – with a gun and asks him to put his hands up.


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