Item Details

Crocodile Dreaming

Sue Milliken, Producer; Darlene Johnson, Writer
Format
Video; DVD
Published
Canberra, ACT : Ronin Films, ©2006.
Language
English
Contents
A modern day supernatural myth about two estranged brothers. Separated at birth, they have different fathers. One is readily accepted as a fully-fledged member of the tribe and is looked on to fulfil the duties of jungaiy, an important ceremonial role which obliges him to be caretaker for his mother's dreaming, the crocodile totem. The other, whose father was white, is younger and has had to struggle to fit into the tribe who see him only as a yella fella
Keywords
David Gulpilil
Tom E. Lewis
Technical Details

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    a| Written and directed by Darlene Johnson; produced by Sue Milliken.
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    a| David Gulpilil, Tom E. Lewis.
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