凯勒虽然没有托马斯或杰基那样的支持，但谁会支持他继续前进。因此，死亡是凯勒唯一的出路。凯勒的妻子和儿子被送到纳粹集中营，因为他们是犹太人，凯勒也是犹太人。他登记为犹太人，到营里去拥抱死亡。凯勒逃离了德国的毁灭性力量，而查理则在这个家庭的帮助下与这些毁灭性的力量进行斗争，包括学校里的恶霸和邻居们(Patterson, 2012)。澳大利亚视觉也重视澳大利亚的两种重要动物，它们的形象出现在盾形纹章中，这两种动物分别是袋鼠和鸸鹋。在澳大利亚所有的动物中，这两种动物和鸟类被赋予了重要的地位，因为它们不能后退，只能前进，这是非常具有象征意义和意义的(Caruana, 2014)。它暗示着一个国家应该永远向前发展，这种特殊的暗示已经在《黑气球》中得到了体现。
Keller, although did not have any support like Thomas or Jackie, who would support him to move forward. Thus, death was the only way out for Keller. Keller’s wife and son were sent to the Nazi concentration camp because they were Jewish, which was Keller, too. He registered as a Jew, and went to the camp to embrace death. Keller escapes from the destructive forces of Germany, but Charlie fight against these destructive forces, which include the school bullies, and the neighbours with the help of this family (Patterson, 2012).The Australia vision also gives importance to two important animals in Australia, whose images is found in the Coat of Arms, and these two animals are Kangaroo and Emu. Among all animals in Australia, these two animals and the birds are given importance because they could not move backward and they only move forward, which is very symbolic and significant (Caruana, 2014). It implies that the nation should always move forward and this particular implication has been reflected in “The Black Balloon”.
If Thomas had looked back to the negativity of the past, then he would not have come in terms with his brother and had moved forward. The drama that is being staged, in the last scene, by the intellectually disabled children also reflects the notion that time has come to move forward with everyone, whether normal or disabled (Vize, 2014). It is something that is absent in the novel Maestro, because Keller always look back to his past and recapitulates the memory of the past. Thus, this symbol of the animals that are very prominent in the Australian vision is again negated in the novel. Elissa Down through her movie allowed the audience to have vision, which would allow them to move forward with optimism.Therefore, it can be concluded that the multiculturalism that is there in Australia is important for the study of Australian vision, and it influences people’s perception about the Australians. It is true that there, is no structured definition of Australia’s vision, but if the concepts and ideas and the symbols that are associated with the country are put down together, then there will be a dream-like vision of Australia. “The Black Balloon” tries to cater to that vision, and allows the audience to have a look into that vision.