Title: The Last Wave
|Subject:||Music and Movies|
|Date:||January 12, 2014|
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The natives sustained their cultural beliefs and
ideologies while living in largely populated cities. The dominant white culture
imposes their laws , ideas of societal values and moral beliefs on the native
Aborigines. Forcing them to abide by a different law system and way of life
than what their peoples have practiced for hundreds of years...
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In the movie the
lawyer, David, represents the dominant culture to the Aborigines because he
represents the law that is controlling their fate in the white culture.
The director is also giving us many symbols or visual communication such
as the consistency of water in the film as well as, the overbearing control of
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