Director: Chris Owen
The film captures the exotic spectacle, and at the same time the intense and subtle dynamics of village life through the eyes of John Waiko, a member of the Binandere clan in Papua New Guinea, and Ph.D graduate from Australian National University in a conflict between traditional customs and western values.
Due to the film's prior theatrical release, it will not be shown in the festival but is included in the competition.
Papua New Guinea, 1982
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