J. Roe, head of the aborigine community of the Goolarabooloo takes us into the Australian bush, in the region of Broome, to see the biodiversity and the cultural treasures of his people. He leads us, with the company of Frans Hoogland, known as the White Aborigine, into the land of the ancesters and shows us how to understand, and to better respect the area.
The aboriginal tales and legends hold great knowledge… the observing of animals, finding drinking water and recognising various plants… all absolutely indispensable factors needed for survival in the bush.
Lately, the installation of a petrol-run factory is directly threatening the cultural and rich biology of the region.
Can, and will the Goolarabooloo peoples survive?