Rabbit Proof Fence
· The Start of The Film.
1, The film makers begin the film to engage us in the story is worded documentation and text.
2, When the film begins we think, we are see at first is landscape, view notes, colours music, sound effects and camera angle.
3, The impressions do I get of life in the desert Aboriginal community is their home it looks big, empty, isolated and life is very hard.
4, The impressions I get of the role of the policemen in the community is more seriously when the policy of removing half-caste children.
5, The Aboriginal people fear the police is the police of removing the children from their home.
· Mr Neville, The Chief Proctor of Aborigines
6, Mr Neville use to justify talking the girls away is protect the girls.
7, The people today say Mr Neville’s polices were racist because the police aim is to abolish Aboriginal community.
8, He was removing half-caste children so that he could make them white and eliminate the unwanted third race.
· Jigalong Depot
9, Jigalong Depot in a few words is dry and dirty shed for suppling rations.
10, The depots this set up in Australian by the Aboriginal Protector to help the Aboriginal in their life such as giving food and education.
· When the children were taken
12, This scene make I can feel the anguish and helplessness and hopeless from the family when each was unconnected.
13, The panic of the girls conveyed through their cries and silence after that.
14, The grandmother hits herself with the stone because she blames herself not protecting the children.
· Arrival at the Moore River Native Settlement
15, As the girls arrived at Moore River Native Settlement they left scared and uncomfortable because it is a very different place.
16, When they saw the nun for the first time, they through she is a ghost.
17, Those who escaped and were caught by the tracker would be punished.
18, Molly, Daisy and Gracie learned that they would be trained to forget all about their family and culture.
19, They weren’t allowed to be talking in their native language so that they could gradually forget about their Aboriginal language and only speak English.
20, They are expected to learn about duty, service and responsibility, which make them became whiter.
· The escape
21, When Olive was caught, she was whipped, locked in the blood and had her hair hacked off.
22, Molly decided she should lead their escape because she is the oldest who has the responsibility to do that.
23, Gracie didn’t want to go because...