Director: Ib Makwarth
An investigation of the position of the Brazilian Amazon-Indians today. In their natural state, in their own surroundings, they enjoy the very things western men crave for -an unhurried and untroubled life, a relaxed and happy communal existence. But, by opening up the jungle, the Government forces the Indians to move; they come into contact with civilisation, which either kills them with its diseases, or kills their desire to live, and turns them into fringe dwellers and outcasts.
A film made by a Danish film crew which documents, without comment, the living conditions of 1,800 refugees who have been living on a sinking ship for four months. ... More »
This report from Papa Doc's and Baby Doc's Haiti shows the state of the Negro population in the Caribbean republic. Aiming at complete impartiality, the film presents facts and allows them to speak f… More »
A personal account of life in Cuba, investigating the earnings, eating habits, working and social life of the ordinary Cubans. ... More »