Tribe meets white man for the first time

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Documentary filmmaker Jean-Pierre Dutilleux, the man also known for helping Chief Raoni raise awareness on the Amazon rain forest, meets the Toulambi, an aboriginal tribe that lives in isolation in the jungles of Papua New Guinea, for the first time. The footage is part of a 13-episode documentary called Tribal Journeys - A Window to Another World and Another Time and it was filmed in 1976.


Previously/related: A word with the Stone Korowai cannibals from West Papua in New Guinea
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4 comentarii:

Pato said...

WOW, amazing!!

Anonymous said...

It's staged.

Anonymous said...

I can't believe how many idiots are believing that this video is real

Anonymous said...

"to the guy who said it is staged you are clearly retarded! Why would someone stage something like this? Thats just stupid. This is amazing to see!"

Sorry but you are retarded believing it, it has been desmonstrated by antropologist that people there are more advanced, their tools are made mostly of metal, they know how to make salt, etc...

Most French channels refused to broadcast it because of this.

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