The veteran (Grant Page) has been wounded by a spear. The fanatic (Gary Sweet) wants to leave him, but the tracker (David Gulpilil) refuses – even when horse-whipped.
The narrator (David Gulpilil) introduces his ancestors, as they walk into the bush on a hunting trip.
Rolf de Heer talks about being invited by David Gulpilil to his country to make Ten Canoes (2006).
The young policeman, known in the credits as the follower (Damon Gameau) takes control after his boss, the fanatic (Gary Sweet) opens fire without warning on a family of aborigines.
Delilah (Marissa Gibson) sees Samson (Rowan McNamara) at the shop, and his message of love written on the shop wall.
It is 1993. Dr John Hewson exclaims to the Parliament that the passing of the 'Mabo Bill’ will be a day of shame for Australia.
This clip introduces Murray Island in the Torres Strait and some of the plaintiffs involved in the claim for native title over the island – James Rice, Father Dave Passi and Koiki 'Eddie’ Mabo.
After the death of the fanatic, the tracker (David Gulpilil) and the follower (Damon Gameau) are captured by the local tribe in this area.
Eddie Mabo - remembering the man behind the monumental land rights case handed down 25 years ago by the High Court of Australia.
Peter Yu of the Yawuru and Bunuba, Kimberley Land Council, talks about Indigenous relationship to land and the High Court decision in Mabo v Queensland (No 2) (1992) 175 CLR 1.