Nice Coloured Girls
Nice Coloured Girls is a short film classic by Tracey Moffatt, one of Australia’s foremost visual artists. Three Aboriginal women cruise through Kings Cross and pick up a ‘captain’ (a drunken white man). They encourage him to spend his money on them and to drink until incapacitated while they steal his wallet and race off to catch a cab, self-satisfied. Nice Coloured Girls contrasts the relationship between Aboriginal women and white men in the past and present.
Director: Tracey Moffatt