Documentary about the village of Walgett, about 800 kilometres from Sydney, Australia. The town is dominated by the contrast between aboriginals and the white inhabitants. Its shopping centre is permanently guarded by video cameras. White men and the police say it is to prevent violence by drunken aboriginals. The aboriginals feel discriminated on all sides. After all, only aboriginals are being brought up to the white, local judge.

Credits

Director
Set geluid
Production company
VPRO TV

Title: Walgett War
Year: 2000
Duration : 50 minutes
Category: Short Documentary
Edition: NFF 2000

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