Based on the life and stories of Boori Monty Pryor, Wrong Kind of Black is a four-part comedy-drama that brings a rare perspective to a tumultuous era in Australia's history. At the height of the '70s disco inferno, Monty is Melbourne's hottest DJ. Dubbed the "The Black Superman" spinning tunes at the Albion Charles hotel, he and his younger brother Paul rub shoulders with a motley crew of Russian mobsters and Aussie yobbos alike. The 'fro and flares seem like worlds away from their childhood on remote Palm Island - but beneath the surface not much has changed. Aboriginal culture is still not welcome in white society, and the price of its preservation can be deadly. As tensions rise and trouble follows, Monty decides to take his future into his own hands and stand against the tide of Australian racism. Although Wrong Kind of Black takes us back to the 1960's and 1970's, this personal account is as much the story of indigenous Australia today as it was back then. It is a story of ...