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    • 1. The Tracker
    • 2. Objectives
      • Quick overview of the movie
      • The treatment of Indigenous Australians
      • The effects of the paintings
      • Summary
      The Tracker (2002)
    • 3. The Tracker
      • Set in 1922
      • Four white men tracking down a fugitive.
      • An Aboriginal man accused of murder.
      • Dependent on the black tracker.
      The Tracker (2002)
    • 4.
      • Attitude “natives” were sub-human and the land was free for the British to Claim their own.
      • Repeated wars, massacres and roundups attempting to rid the land of aboriginal people.
      • Terra Nullius – The land belonged to no – one.
      • White people took away the aboriginals mechanisms for self support & economic independence.
      Treatment of Indigenous Australians
    • 5. Colonial Settlement
      • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders – most disadvantaged people in Australian society today
      • Many problems stem directly from colonisation, dispossession from their lands and forced marginalisation.
      • Depriving them of opportunities taken for granted by other citizens.
    • 6. DVD - FILM
      • The murder and hanging of many innocent Aboriginals.
      • The injustice, the horror, the abuse and the loss of culture and identity.
      • Acknowledging our past is not something to be proud of. Neither is it something to be forgotten.
    • 7.
      • At the beginning they have no real meaning.
      • Violent scenes are replaced by a painting by Peter Coad.
      • “ make it representational rather than actual.” De Heer.R (2002).
      • The impact of colour and visual effects are amazing.
      • Interpretations of the Scene.
      The Paintings
    • 8. Summary
      • Confronting and Brutal.
      • Australia has a past no one wants to face up to.
      • Purely fictitious story line but was based on research.
      • Terrible treatment and marginalisation started way back in history.

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