It can be a even romantic, at the beginning. As the eagle circles above the jungles of Borneo, and Bruno Manser (Sven Schelker) him so hover looks, glitzerts him longingly in the eyes, and his soul, tangible, almost, stretches out wide her wings, flying through the silent lands, as they would fly home. Oak village fish hold.
the house is no longer for Manser far from the Switzerland. Too much textile around the drenched body. The rain forests are supposed to be where the people of the Penan lives in his barefoot state of nature and the creation is still as it was meant to be. As we know, Manser, the white Penan from Basel has a merger in the 80s, there really the inner Rousseau let out in the amazing process of a cultural. The environment politically, he was so audible in the world, that he became the thorn in the flesh of the Malaysian government or the exporters of tropical timber. The forest and the world were not finally saved, but it was a good fight.
In the struggle for the forest: Bruno Manser with the primitive peoples of Borneo. Video: YouTube/Ascot elite
And the one side of this film is a story of a fine biographical decency. The portrait of a passionate man between right and bossiness. Scenes in which the Romantic, certainly in Manser glowed, dramatically, very nicely compatible with the realism of the militants of the consequences, drew a from his Glow.
And there is the other side that the staging of the Romantic but like to get out of hand, again and again, deep into the saucige sentimentality. The post card is from the nudity nudist idyll and the Idyll creation of mythical Kitsch, Lord have mercy on us, has seen the Bruno Manser this Film to be in the jungle.
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07.11.2019, 10:12 PMCreated: