The documentary “The reversed exploration” tells the incredible journey of two Papuans in France. The DVD contains the film in a long version (104 minutes) and many bonus: five unseen footage, the making of the film, a photo gallery and an interview Mundiya Kepanga, Jean-Marie Barrere and Marc Dozier.
Invited by their friend photographer Marc Dozier, Polobi Palia and Mundiya Kepanga, both from Papua New Guinea, travelled during four months to discover a strange country, France, and its astonishing tribe: the French! A delicious reverse exploration to discover the land of white men. Around a fire in the heart of the forest of Papua New Guinea, Polobi and Mundiya recount their adventures and discoveries that punctuated their journey. As a film-pull doll, the film operates in constant flashbacks from the story between the tribe and the memories of the trip to France. The discovery of french heritage, ancient traditions and modern innovations offer them a panel of French identity and the challenges facing the world at the beginning of the XXI century.
A film by Jean-Marie Barrere and Marc Dozier
Production: Bonne Pioche
Region: Region 2 – PAL
Langage: French only