I wish that I had spent more time with her when she was ill.
All throughout the film, the differences between man and his world are highlighted, and the ending, which, while tragic, seems almost inevitable.
I had to jump in the water naked too, which absolutely terrified me.
Just when their provisions have run out, an Aboriginal man-child David Gumpilil finds them and guides them through the bush.
It would be to my mother for not talking to her enough.
This is offset by the attitude of John's character, who treats the guide as his sister's equal.
It was a scene about innocence.
In this instance, in fact, the work does rest solely on her shoulders.