|Directed by||Don Featherstone|
|Produced by||Julian Pringle|
|Screenplay by||Geoffrey Atherden|
|Music by||Peter Crosbie|
|Edited by||Michael Honey|
The opening scene depicts a group of uniformed Indigenous Australians coming ashore in a small boat, watched by various European Australians engaged in typical beachside activities. The group from the boat approaches one of these and asks, "What do you call this place?", receiving the reply, "Er... 'Barbecue Area'."
The plot revolves around a role-reversal, whereby it is the Indigenous Australians who have invaded the land of stereotypical European Australians - the fictitious country of BabaKiueria. It presents many contemporary Aboriginal issues including white people as a minority, the unequal treatment of whites by the police, white children are taken from their families or white people being moved because the government needs their home for "something". The paternalistic policies of the BabaKiueria government are defended by Wagwan, the Minister for White Affairs (Bob Maza).
- Michelle Torres - (Presenter)
- Bob Maza - (Government Minister)
- Kevin Smith - (Police Superintendent)
- Cecily Polson - (Mother)
- Kelan Angel - (Son)
- Marguerita Haynes - (Daughter)
- Garry Williams - (Explorer)
- Soul Beliear - (Police Sergeant #1)
- Terry Reid - (Police Sergeant #2)
- Athol Compton - (Newsreader)
- Kati Edwards - (Grandmother)
- Yvonne Shipley - (Wealthy Woman)
- Tony Barry - (Father (Mr. Smith))
Much of the documentary was filmed on site, including the Anzac March and the 'Ritual of Violence'.
- BabaKiueria at the Films-Section of the Aboriginal Legal Service (NSW/ACT) Ltd. Homepage. Retrieved 19. November 2012.
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