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Looking good! Former AFL star Adam Goodes, 39, looked every inch of the national icon when he attended the Sydney premiere of his documentary The Australian Dream at the Art Gallery of New South Wales on Tuesday

Looking good! Former AFL star Adam looks stylish in a trench coat during the premiere in Sydney of his new documentary The Australian Dream

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He is the subject of the new documentary The Australian Dream, written by Stan Grant.

And former AFL star Adam Goodes, 39, watched the national icon every inch while he was present the Sydney documentary premiered at the Art Gallery of New South Wales on Tuesday.

Adam looked chic in a classic three-quarter long beige trench coat and a unbuttoned white shirt with buttons at the event.

Looking good! Former AFL star Adam Goodes, 39, looked every inch of the national icon when he attended the Sydney premiere of his documentary The Australian Dream at the Art Gallery of New South Wales on Tuesday

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Looking good! Former AFL star Adam Goodes, 39, looked every inch of the national icon when he attended the Sydney premiere of his documentary The Australian Dream at the Art Gallery of New South Wales on Tuesday

He completed his look with black skinny jeans and leather lace-up shoes.

The former Sydney Swans player, who shares newborn daughter Adelaide with wife Natalie Croker, brushed back his hair and left his salt and pepper beard unshaven.

The Australian Dream, written by journalist Stan Grant, documents the infamous moment when a 13-year-old Collingwood supporter Adam a & # 39; aap & # 39; mentioned in May 2013.

Upon hearing the young girl's comment, Adam pointed to security and had her eject the stadium.

In the following years, the sportsman constantly received & # 39; boo & # 39; of AFL fans during competitions, which led to a national debate about whether the events were motivated by racism or not.

In the documentary, Adam also speaks for the first time about the emotional and psychological trauma that consistent shouting has caused him during his career.

Perfect for the photo: Adam looked chic in a classic beige three-quarter trench coat and an un-lubricated white shirt with buttons
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Perfect for the photo: Adam looked chic in a classic beige three-quarter trench coat and an un-lubricated white shirt with buttons

Perfect for the photo: Adam looked chic in a classic beige three-quarter trench coat and an un-lubricated white shirt with buttons

& # 39; I think the entire indigenous question in Australia touches at the heart of what it means to call yourself a nation, and I don't think that journey has ever been completed, & # 39; Stan said The Sydney Morning Herald.

& # 39; It's a successful piece of documentary making that addresses broader questions about who we are as a nation, together, in very profound terms, & # 39; he added

The Australian Dream is at the cinema on 22 August.

Brave dad: The former Sydney Swans player, who shares newborn daughter Adelaide with wife Natalie Croker, brushed back his hair and left his pepper with salt and pepper unshaven
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Brave dad: The former Sydney Swans player, who shares newborn daughter Adelaide with wife Natalie Croker, brushed back his hair and left his pepper with salt and pepper unshaven

Brave dad: The former Sydney Swans player, who shares newborn daughter Adelaide with wife Natalie Croker, brushed back his hair and left his pepper with salt and pepper unshaven

Tackling Diversity: The Australian Dream was written by journalist Stan Grant, who told The Sydney Morning Herald: & # 39; It is a successful piece of documentary filmmaking that addresses broader questions about who we are as a nation in a deeply moving way & # 39;

Tackling Diversity: The Australian Dream was written by journalist Stan Grant, who told The Sydney Morning Herald: & # 39; It is a successful piece of documentary filmmaking that addresses broader questions about who we are as a nation in a deeply moving way & # 39;

Tackling Diversity: The Australian Dream was written by journalist Stan Grant, who told The Sydney Morning Herald: & # 39; It is a successful piece of documentary filmmaking that addresses broader questions about who we are as a nation in a deeply moving way & # 39;

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