A WEDGE-TAIL PICTURES DOCUMENTARY 

SCARS

THE LAKE OF


"Beautifully filmed and extremely informative."
★★★★

David Stratton, The Australian

“A deeply moving, evocative and beautiful insight into how a battle to preserve timeless Indigenous culture found hope in a remarkable act of black and white conciliation.” 
Paul Daley, author and Guardian journalist

"A fascinating film."
Jason Di Rosso, The Screen Show, ABC Radio National


"An essential story to all wanting to know more of this Land...a fabulous film"
Lisa Jackson Pulver, deputy Vice-Chancellor Indigenous Strategy, University of Sydney

"Beautiful and deeply poignant...brilliantly shows the complexities and difficulties of dealing with the past in the present."
Emeritus professor of history at UNSW, Grace Karskens

"Beautiful."
Andy Park, Drive, ABC Radio National

"Simply a must-see documentary."

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