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Title Things we don't talk about / British Aid presents a Wan Smolbag Theatre & Pasifika Communications production, directors, Peter Walker, Dale Hermanson ; writer, Jo Dorras
Published Vanuatu : Wan Smolbag Theatre, 1996
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (46 minutes)
Summary A lens into commonly held misperceptions about disability in the Pacific, as well as the social stigmas attached to it. Andrew's father does not want to talk about his blindness or Martha's violent marriage. Rau's father is ashamed of his backward son and wants to hide him away. When a healer comes to the island saying he can work miracles, both families see this as a chance to make Andrew and Rau into "normal" people. But David, the disabled field worker of the Disability Society does not believe in miracles. He wants to make Andrew realize that being blind isn't the end of everything
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed May 22, 2015)
In English
Subject Families -- Vanuatu -- Drama.
Family violence -- Drama.
People with disabilities -- Drama.
Vanuatu.
Genre/Form Filmed performances.
Video recordings.
Drama.
Form Streaming video
Author Dorras, Jo, writer
Hermanson, Dale, director, producer
Walker, Peter, director
Great Britain. Overseas Development Administration. Pacific Aid Programme, production company
Pasifika Communications, production company
Wan Smolbag Theatre, production company