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This particular scene from the film "Yolngu Boy" coveys a strong sense of mysteriousness and sorrowfulness through powerful and effective use of film techniques. In this scene, the main character Lorrpu was sleeping while he is dream about his own identity of been a indigenous people, where there is no any white societies ruined their lives, people can dressing freely with their own be-loving clothes,speak their own language and do whatever they wants.when he is wake up by his friend, he felt everything is mess up again.The only thing make him feel alive is playing sport. And then there is a young boy getting off a plane,his name is Botj, he has been accused for stealing a bike for three months and just released from jail and returning to his home town. He is picked up by his uncle and he is asking about his mother and his old friends while travelling back to home. The composer uses medium, long, extreme close up shots and panning to capture the terrible environment of western Australia to creating visual movements of everyday life to attracting the audiences watch in suspense and therefore let them having a strong dynamic sense of mysteriousness of indigenous Australian culture and also reflects a deep thoughts of indigenous Australian's sorrowfulness about their life style.
This particular scene from the film "Yolngu Boy" coveys a strong sense of mysteriousness and sorrowfulness through powerful and effective use of film techniques. In this scene, the main character Lorrpu was sleeping while he is dream about his own identity of been a indigenous people, where there is no any white societies ruined their lives, people can dressing freely with their own be-loving clothes,speak their own language and do whatever they wants.when he is wake up by his friend, he felt everything is mess up again.The only thing make him feel alive is playing sport. And then there is a young boy getting off a plane,his name is Botj, he has been accused for stealing a bike for three

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