This is an engaging documentary from a good professor
David Scheffel is a wonderful speaker, and if there is one thing that becomes apparent watching this film and hearing his talks, it is that the man really tried to help a helpless group of people. Sadly things didn't go so well, but such is the way with many of these projects and attempts. If every anthropologist was doing this kind of work, and if every human being tried to act this way, the world would be a much better place. This movie is shot well for a documentary based out of Kamloops BC. And I was very glad that he was able to capture some beautiful Romani music along with all the other footage he intended to get. Nice work, eye opening.
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