A small but critical mention in the cinema's greatest closing argument (Dennis Denuto, Esq., above, in The Castle) for the Australia High Court's decision in Mabo v. Queensland (No. 2), (1992) 175 CLR 1 (1992):
Denuto: It's the vibe of it.
Judge: Allright, taken. Do you have a precedent which supports this ... "vibe?"
Denuto: Yes, yes I do. Just one moment. [confers with client] ... Mabo.
Judge: What about it?
Denuto: That's your classic case of big business trying to take land ... and they couldn't.
Judge: Mr. Denuto, the Mabo decision pertains to the specific issue of native land title and terra nullius.
Judge: So what part of the judgment is relevant to this case?
Denuto: Again ... it's just the vibe of it.
Which prompts us to note that it is the 25th anniversary of the date on which the Mabo decision was handed down, and Australia seems to be taking note: check out the official Mabo page here.