Denmark 2019, 59/79 min,
A Larm Film Production
by Jannik Splidsboel

Dreams from the Outback

Once, Australia discussed whether Aboriginals belong to fauna or to human beings. Today in the Kimberley, home to various Aboriginal communities, most is in transition, causing limbo and distress. Some have given up; others choose to fight to bring a change for the better to their people.

Gabriel and Peter try to keep the ancient cultural traditions alive, with almost no support from the rest of their community. Felicity struggles to keep her family together after years of drinking and neglect. Teenagers Billy and Jordan are brothers who just met for the first time. The boys spend the days getting to know each other, exploring the outback and the Aboriginal culture.

Visions du Réel (Int.Comp), DokFest Munich, Krakow Film Fest