In this short excerpt David Gulpilil is seen in the outback catching birds and then cooking them over an open fire, in the same way that his ancestors have always done.
The narrator (David Gulpilil) introduces his ancestors, as they walk into the bush on a hunting trip.
The Aussie barbecue is a timeless ritual that is ingrained in our culture.
This summer, we're celebrating a great national tradition – the Aussie barbecue.
Young women speak about how the old people used to show them bush tucker, dances, and how to make necklaces with ininti seeds.
Witchety grubs being prepared for consumption. A group of young women are gathered at the waterhole and are preparing bush tucker to feed the young kids to make them strong.
A car drives into Mt Liebig. The young woman talks about Mt Liebig and how it is ‘a good and strong place’. Shots of the residential area of Mt Liebig.
We are now in the older story, right back with the first ancestors. Ridjimiraril (Crusoe Kurddal) has gone hunting because his three wives are acting up.
As the men prepare for a big lunch of magpie-geese, cooked in the canoes on the swamp, the narrator returns to the climax of the old story.