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In 2000, the Indigenous Koiari people, the custodians of the Kokoda Trail, shut off access to one of Australia's most enduring symbols of WWII. Despite the support provided to Australian soldiers, the Koiari have not received war compensation from the Australian government. A group of young Australians journey to live and work with the Koiari for two months, absorbing their culture and aiming to create a new generation of relationships, based on the bonds of the past.

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Crew

Director
Catherine Dyson
Writers
Catherine Dyson
Producer
Mish Armstrong

Cast

Narration: Gary Imiri

Production Details

Production Completion
2003
Genre
History and national identity
Production Company
Halcyon Films Pty Ltd

Sales

Australian Sales
FrontRow Video Distribution
International Sales
FrontRow Video Distribution