Our interaction with people allow you to make significant discoveries about human nature. The television documentary ‘Go Back To Where You Came From” portrays the journey of six opinionated Australians take the journey of refugees in reverse to discover the true plight of refugees. The notion of discoveries about human nature is illustrated by the indirect interviewing technique, demonstrating Raye’s comment in the opening of the documentary “I could’ve gone over there and shot the lot of them.” This is opposed by her later rhetorical questions during her close up shot, “I had no idea it was so bad… how can you live with that?” emphasising the consequences of her discovery. A similar experience is expressed in Raquel Moore, who throughout the documentary communicates her racist views, ‘I don’t really like Africans’ and ‘everyone’s wearing a tea-towel’, also undergoes a comparable experience. This is emphasised by the close up shot of Raquel in an embrace with an African person to espouse her gratefulness towards the hospitality of the African refugees, towards the end of the documentary.