A delightful observational documentary about the making of a number seven boomerang by four senior traditional men from Yuelamu, west of Alice Springs in central Australia. The men talk about how they were taught by their elders using bush materials, and are now teaching a new generation using some modern tools, to keep traditional law and culture strong. We follow the hunt for the wood, the shaping, the smoothing and the painting of the boomerangs with red ochre, noting the cultural significance of the work and implements, until the Number 7 is completed and singing. Beautifully photographed and edited, this simple film eloquently captures the characters of the four elders and their sense of responsibility about passing on their knowledge. --Kanopy.