Still, the Children are Here (2004)
Release Date: Dec 10, 2004 Wide
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The Garos are a tribe of indigenous people living in Meghalaya, a part of Northeastern India that has for the most part been untouched by the innovations of the 20th century. The Garos support themselves by growing rice, and they still fashion most of their homes and household needs from bamboo that grows in the wilds. Despite the presence of nearby skirmishes and the growing influence of modern-day culture, the Garos still live much as they did two centuries ago, and filmmaker Dinaz Stafford
Dec 10, 2004 Wide
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