A poetic film about unforgiving landscapes and the will to survive from Australian auteur director Rolf de Heer (Ten Canoes, Charlie’s Country).
BlackWoman is abandoned in a cage in the middle of the desert. Once she escapes the cage, she walks from tough, arid desert to mountain to city and encounters various situations and people. An allegory of our times and complex issues of colonisation, racism and representation, The Survival of Kindness is powerful, poignant cinema.
Rolf de Heer
Mwajemi Hussein, Darsan Sharma, Deepthi Sharma