1968. Aboriginal people in Australia have recently been granted full citizenship rights in the country, but they are still largely treated by the white majority as a second class, as happens to young adult sisters Gail, Cynthia and Julie - whose family has long been living the Cummeragunja Reserve - at a local talent competition where they are clearly the most talented but are almost ignored. Anyone who can see their talent is the show's Caucasian presenter, Dave Lovelace, a failed musician who drowns all too often with alcohol all his life. When Julie, the most talented and ambitious, but perhaps the most naive of the sisters, suggests that they all work together to play for the US troops in Vietnam, they all agree that she was her cousin Kay, who was part of the force Include stolen generation that was dismissed white by the white authorities for its light skin, but eventually decided to stay away on its own. However, Dave knows that they have to put together a true act, unlike the girls who only stand and sing the country and western songs they are most attuned to. Not because it's the music he's most attracted to, but because that's what the American audience expects from dark-skinned girls, Dave turns her into a girl-soul group. They pass the audition, but are not prepared for the constant need to prove themselves in Vietnam, nor for the conditions that are war zones. But what her professional failure can ultimately be is her own differences, including the differences with Dave. Gail, arguably the weakest actress of the four women, but who was de facto always the eldest, and Dave are the most frequently bumping heads, but the old adage may be true that there is a fine line between love and hatred.
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