- 1968 ----- b & w ----- 52 min ----- 16mm/vhs
The aborigines who inhabit much of the western part of central Australia are united by a common culture. Anthropologists call their country, the Western Desert. It embraces over half a million square miles and is one of the most arid regions of Australia. Depicts an average day in the lives of two families of the Western Desert and reveals what a great portion of their time is spent in the search for food.
- Topics: (Anthropology: Cultural, Austronesia)