A frightening look into the very core of the Aboriginal psyche. The Black Man is alone in a prison cell and feels that he cannot go on. Will he survive the night? Death calls him but the spirits urge him to live.
This short experimental drama offers a spiritual alternative to fighting the system. To overcome injustice, return to your spiritual roots for healing to take place.
- Andrew Booth - Priest
Karen Crone - Policewoman
David Hudson - Waxy Packer
Linda Johnson - Mulweena
- Release dates
- 1 April 1996 - Australia
- PG - Parental guidance
Black Man Down was screened to global audiences as part of the Sand to Celluloid collection of Aboriginal short films.
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