Country Outcasts

Australia, 1977

Film

Episode of Series “Frontiers downunder”.
Country outcasts is a small pop band made up from a number of talented Aborigines who have spent their lives in a wholly urbanised environment. This film is the story of a tour that this band makes through the outback, and the thoughts and feelings that are aroused within these city dwellers when they meet their trivialised brothers in Central Australia.

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Credits

producer

Peter Johnson

director

David Roberts

production company

Film Australia

Duration

00:29:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1977

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Group of items

Frontiers downunder

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