reż|dir Paul Damien Williams| AU | 2017 | 96 min
prod|pro Shannon Swan scen|wr Paul Damien Williams zdj|ph Gavin Head, Dan Maxwell, Katie Milwright, Matt Toll muz|mus Music Michael Hohnen, Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, Erkki Veltheim mon|ed Shannon Swan, Ken Sallows ob|cast Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu, Mark Grose, Michael Hohnen, Sting dys|dis Cinephil
Must-see documentary about the late, great musician does justice to a life lived between two worlds. The self-taught musician with the ‘voice of a higher being’ (Sting) was born blind and played the guitar left-handed and upside down. His family and community in the remote Galiwin’ku (Elcho Island) gave their shy boy unconditional support in the knowledge of his great gift. Core to the film is the question of what it means to be an Indigenous Australian in the modern world?