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In the era of satellites, this country of mysteries, myths and undiscovered secrets hides behind green walls of impenetrable deep forest.

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Pavol Barabas
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New Guinea is the largest tropical island in the world. In the era of satellites, this country of mysteries, myths and undiscovered secrets hides behind green walls of impenetrable deep forest. In a labyrinth of dark swamps, people live high in the trees, in primitive conditions that have changed little since the Stone Age. The natives had not yet come in contact with white people, or with the conquests of our civilization. Entering their territory is a dangerous adventure. These places are discussed quietly and with respect. According to the missionaries, the natives practice cannibalism... Written by K2 studio

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Country:

Slovakia

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Slovak

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9 December 2005 (Slovakia) See more »

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New Guinea

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Excellent Documentary for a difficult subject
9 September 2012 | by richardglennusaSee all my reviews

While the show is a rough documentary, it provides us a superb view and discussion about the culture and lifestyle of 'cannibals' that live in the deep jungles of New Guinea. I found the show very educational and gave a real life perspective of a culture of people who are both unknown, mysterious, and dangerous.

Those who filmed the show took great risk in obtaining video and meeting the people. The show taught us without trying to lecture us on this culture but merely presented footage, sometimes rough, of this people.

This show was excellent to those interested in actual living situations of other cultures and people. While some families may shun the nudity, the culture lives mostly nude and the program shows the real-life nudity. The nudity is non-sexual and just natural for the culture.

I highly recommend this show.


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