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Women of Utopia

Australia, 1984 (MIFF 1985)

Director: Keith Gow

The traditional Aboriginal women of Utopia cattle station near Alice Springs show, with jokes and good humour, how they make their beautiful batik fabrics. They also share some of their daily lives including hunting for ‘bush tucker'.

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