Ten Canoes is a 2006 Australian period drama film directed by Rolf de Heer and Peter Djigirr and starring Crusoe Kurddal. The title of the film arose from discussions between de Heer and David Gulpilil about a photograph of ten canoeists poling across the Arafura Swamp, taken by anthropologist Donald Thomson in 1936. It is the first ever movie entirely filmed in Australian Aboriginal languages. Wikipedia
The group: (all walking in a line) Canoeist: Everyone stop! (all stop and turn) The Storyteller: That one is Djigirr. Djigirr talk too much, but maybe he heard something. Canoeist: I refuse to walk at the end. Someone ahead keeps farting. The group: (laughter) Not me. Not me. Canoeist: It's you again. You're always so silent. Silent but deadly. Admit it. Canoeist: Alright, it's me. Canoeist: You're rotten inside. Canoeist: I'm rotten inside. Canoeist: You get to the end of line.