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A ground-breaking Australian documentary on allyship and reconciliation

Six years in the making and entirely filmed in Victoria, The Lake of Scars is a groundbreaking Australian documentary dealing with allyship and reconciliation.

‘Hosted’ by beloved Dja Dja Wurrung actor Uncle Jack Charles in a unique ‘in-cinema’ role (shot at Lido), The Lake of Scars details the relationship between an ageing white farmer and members of Victoria’s Yung Balug clan of the Dja Dja Wurrung, as they seek to showcase and protect Australia’s largest collection of scarred trees. Jida Gulpilil, son of legendary late actor David Gulpilil, is at home on his mother’s country, sharing the story of the dozens of scarred trees, middens and stone scatters at home in a series of beautifully shot red-gum fringed ephemeral lakes on the edge of the Victorian Mallee

Rating

CTC

Duration

95

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