Genre: Aboriginal Australian Culture
This documentary is about spiritual people in spiritual country. Two Aboriginal men with different life experiences, one traditional and the other urban, come together as brothers to follow a Rainbow Serpent Dreaming journey. The journey begins at Nyapari Community in the central desert of Australia to reconnect with and traditional ways of knowing and being which is kept alive in remote regions of Australia. Senior lawmen share the story of Wati Kutjura, at Piltilti, the sacred waterhole where their spirits live today as Wanampi (Rainbow Serpent) together with their two wives. It is a place which continues to be a place of power and regeneration for the whole land.
For traditional people live is regulated by law. Pitjantjatjara call it: Tjukurpa, Kuku Yalanji say: Ngujukurra. It is the living spirit expressed in story, songs and ceremonies which infuses country with
The two brothers undertake a journey to strengthen their family ties and take a performance of "Manta Nganampa" (our beautiful country) to share with the tribes of far both Queensland at the Laura Aboriginal Dance Festival.
This culture belongs to everyone in Australia, not just for Aboriginal people, but can make every one proud.