In the small town of Bourke NSW where scooters are in hot demand, taking somebody else’s scooter is not on, as one young man learns.
This film was made by the Bourke crew during three days of their school holidays. It’s their story, their camera work, their acting, directing and production.
Assistance provided by Youth off the Streets, Maranguka Justice Reinvestment Project, Aboriginal Legal Service (NSW/ACT) and the Local Area Commander.
This film is part of the ALS Talking FactSheet project – turning local stories into short films, films made by and for the mob.