Director: Rolf de Heer 

The impact of white settlement on contemporary Indigenous identity is the premise of Charlie’s Country, exploring the often-complicated relationship between current Australian society— based heavily on British laws and custom—and Indigenous Australians and communities. 

Charlie is an Aboriginal Australian living in a remote community up in Arnhem Land, who is finding it increasingly difficult to reconcile living in a type of no-man’s-land caught between the legal requirement to abide by ‘white fella’ rules, and his traditional culture. 

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