Wash My Soul in the River's Flow
Wash My Soul in the River's Flow (2021) is a moving, inspiring and important documentary about the legendary Aboriginal Australian singer-songwriters Ruby Hunter and Archie Roach.
Both Hunter and Roach are members of the Stolen Generation. They met as young homeless people and Ruby encouraged Archie in his singing and songwriting, later joining him on stage and becoming the first Aboriginal Australian woman to record with a major label.
Wash My Soul in the River's Flow tell the story of Ruby and Archie via their songs and conversations for their 2004 Kura Tungar concert with the Australian Art Orchestra.