I can’t not remember much about ‘End of the Line’ that was screened in the lecture but with whatever I can recall, I think they achieved what they set out to do. Right with the title, they show a lot of the wild landscape of Broken Hill, a very old and poor town, nothing interesting there. It portrays truly how an ‘’end of the line’’ town should look like. Most of the participants in the films are old people who enjoy the simple life at Broken Hill. However, the interview with the two young boys is a surprise for me, as I would not expect that any young people would live here. I think it’s also a metaphor that they name it ‘end of the line’, only old people live there, they are getting to the end of their life.