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A South American Indian is taken from his jungle home into the world of the White Man where he is forced to stand trial for murder. The story of how this happened and how he got into trouble is told in flashback.Written by
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Young Manoel is only about 10 when he's forced to leave his village. Older Manoel is declared to be "about 21" during the rest of the film. But he says to Teresa that only a year ago he knew nothing of the white man. See more »
It seems rather strange now that Sabu,an Asian,was chosen to play a South American native.He is brought to civilization and supposedly learns how to dwell in a city.However throughout the film he is portrayed as a simpleton,which becomes very grating after a while.The story really doesn't work.The best part of the film is the excellent black and white photography
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