They Aboriginal people are a very big part of the Australian tradition and culture. have been living in the country for countless generations peacefully until white settlers came upon the land and took over. Innocent natives were murdered, they were starved, stripped of their land and of their children. These are only some of the things that have been consequences of aboriginal racism. Today racism is still seen in the Australian lifestyle but it is not near as strong as it was many years back. Two films 'Yolungu Boy" and 'Rabbit Proof Fence' both portray aboriginal racism and unfairness to aboriginals in different ways and strengths as they were set in different time periods. One in 1930 and one in present day, the 21st century. A comparison of these two films would be made focusing on themes, major characters and symbols.
The genres in both films are very similar because they both are focusing on one thing, aboriginals.
Both films are Australian dramas, because they are made in Australia and they are both very dramatic. Also both films are very much of an Adventure. With trackers and policeman hot on their heels and having to steel food to survive. The girls make their own adventure as they race through the Australian wilderness. But one thing is evident, they don't want the adventure, they just want to get home. The boys in Yolungu Boy are much experiencing the same thing except they are not getting chased and unlike the girls they want an adventure.
A major part of both films is the themes portrayed by it. By understanding what the themes are and what they mean to the story, you will have a better understanding of the actual film and what it actually means. The themes explored in the...