When the film starts you will see a woman's face and hear a man's voice. In one simple continuous shot the director challenges and redefines the question: fiction or documentary?
Filmed in one continuous shot, this is a confronting film about a young boy's relationship with an older man. Staring directly at the camera, a boy talks about his first sexual experience at Scout camp. The confession raises several questions: is the subject a boy or a girl? Why does he have a man's voice? And how do these two things relate to the seriousness of the allegations the boy is making.
Rachel Davies was only 21 when she made this film that won awards at both the Sydney and San Francisco Film Festivals.
1993 - Wellington Film Festival, Auckland Film Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Sydney International Film Festival. 1996 - 'Honourable Mention' Ann Arbor Film Festival.
Colour, 16 mm