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Burning (2021) Cast, Release Date, Plot, Trailer

Burning (2021) Cast, Release Date, Plot, Trailer

Burning cast: Rachel Mounsey, Rebecca Mcgowan, Tony Abbot. Burning Release Date: 26 November 2021 (Amazon Prime Video), 29 November 2021 (Prime Video). Burning Director: Eva Orner. Burning is looking full of Documentary. Now I’m going to tell you all about Burning (2021).

Burning is an Australian Documentary (2021). Rachel Mounsey, Rebecca Mcgowan, Tony Abbot are the main cast of Burning (2021). From Academy and Emmy-grant winning movie producer Eva Orner and champ of the Sydney Film Festival Sustainable Future Award, Burning investigates the 2019-2020 Black Summer bushfires. Burning debut date 29 November 2021 (Prime Video).

Oscar-winning Australian movie producer Eva Orner is diving into the awful stories and raising environmental emergency that affected the bushfires in Australia in the mid-year of 2019/2020. Burning will dispatch all around the world on Amazon Prime Video on November 26. While focusing light on the worldwide issue of environmental change.

Burning Plot:

Checks out the dangerous Australian bushfires of 2019-2020, known as ‘Dark Summer’. An investigation of what occurred as told according to the point of view of casualties of the flames, activists and researchers.

Burning Detail:

Movie: Burning (2021)
Network: Prime Video
Director: Eva Orner
Main Stars: Rachel Mounsey, Rebecca Mcgowan, Tony Abbot
Genre: Documentary
Country: Australia
Language: English
Release Date: 26 November 2021 (Amazon Prime Video)
Release Date: 29 November 2021 (Prime Video)
Runtime: 1 hour 26 minutes
Also Known As: Burning, Burning Prime Video, Burning Movie, Burning (2021)

Burning Cast:

Rachel Mounsey As Self
Rebecca Mcgowan As Self
Tony Abbot As Self
Brian Ayliffe As Self
Mary Ayliffe As Self
Mike Cannon-Brookes As Self
Tim Flannery As Self
Jann Gilbert As Self
Mark Graham As Self
Michael Harrington As Self
Daisy Jeffrey As Self
Barnaby Joyce As Self
Amber Mcdonald As Self
Scott Morrison As Self
Greg Mullins As Self
Bruce Pacoe As Self
Zoey Salucci As Self
Roly Stokes As Self
Marian Wilkinson As Self

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