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A LIFE WORTH LIVING
CRY OF THE FORGOTTEN LAND
New Guinea is the second largest island on earth. It is home to a thousand distinct peoples and languages-one fifth of the world's total.
Since the western half of the island was forcibly annexed by Indonesia in 1963, it has been off-limits to journalists. This film was made clandestinely, and it tells a story that Indonesia does not want the world to hear.
The Moi live on the western tip of New Guinea. Like many of the island's peoples, they have hunted and gathered in the forest for forty thousand years. Today the Moi are engaged in a desperate struggle to halt the distruction of their homeland by international logging companies. This film carries their message of protest to the outside world. It also portrays New Guinea's unique cultures, landscapes, and wildlife (26 min 30 sec).
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