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One Man's Road

Australia, 1967 (MIFF 1968, Programme 13)

Director: Robert Kingsbury

Cive Williams, an Aboriginie, who lives with his family in a Sydney suburb today, remembers how he coped with most of the problems of his people: lack of education, substandard housing, apathy and drink.

Bronze Award, Australian Film Awards.

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