Not Rated | | Documentary
Filmmaker Robert J. Flaherty presents a docufictional account of a family living in a Samoan village in the early 1920s.
Director Robert J. Flaherty arrived in Samoa in April 1923 and stayed until December 1924. The film wasn't finished until early 1926.
Despite Robert and Frances Flaherty's commitment to showing Samoan life as it had been rather than what it had become after the islands were discovered by Westerners, there's at least one Western industrial product in the film: the knife Moana uses to shave a wood stick to serve as a harpoon.
$2,274 15 November 2015
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