Further there are certain National Heroes that may have got forgotten or unnoticed. For example as mentioned in the article by Flanagan (2008), Dunlop was the man who led Australian on Burma railway. The movies like Gallipoli tend to revive such issues. The historical stories set at the outback were more popular amongst the local audience. The trend is emerging where the scripts based on Australian lifestyle, shot in Australia, with Australian actors playing the Australian characters has emerged. Thus depicting national identity has been a boon for the film industry in Australia. This change in the fortunes of the film industry led to many advantages to Australia as a whole. Many Hollywood directors produced there films in Australia like ‘Star Wars 2’, ‘The Matrix’, ‘The Matrix Reloaded’ and ‘Superman Returns’. The drain of Australia talent to Hollywood also reversed as many Australians came back from overseas to produce films. According to the report by Screen Australia, the survey was conducted and it was highlighted that Australia films producing the local content are extremely important. The biggest advantage is that producing the films with local content will subside the overwhelming American culture shown in the Hollywood movies. Thus the films depicting national identity were more successful as it was in demand but also had support of the government.