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Endangered

Australia (MIFF 2005, documentary)

Director: Tracey Rigney

First-time filmmaker Tracey Rigney's immediate and sassy documentary takes a look at the scarcity of eligible Indigenous men, and the effects this has on Indigenous women looking for love and for the survival of Aboriginal people and culture.
D/S Tracey Rigney P Carmel McAloon WS Endangered Pictures TD video/ col/2005/26min

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