A debuting filmmaker travels to a sparsely inhabited area,
were his great-grandfather ruled a sugar factory. He talks
with some indigenous about their need of land, their opposition
to the “white man culture” and their traditions. The filmmaker
looks at the rustic production methods of the indigenous
and their frugal consumption lifestyle and claims to
have “learned” the harmonious relationship that indigenous
populations have with Nature.

Directed by Ulises de la Orden