The debate continues on just who should tell our Indigenous stories
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Rabbit Proof Fence was the powerful story of the struggle of three young Aboriginal girls to return to family and culture against overwhelming non-Aboriginal odds.
But it turns there was another struggle which was in the making of Rabbit Proof Fence. It was the struggle of the daughter of one of those girls, by then an old woman, to get her family story told on film the way she wanted it to be...
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