Stark Nature is a 1932 documentary that is part of Gaumont-British Picture Corporation’s adventure series. The film opens with a shot of “Equatorial Africa” where people go down river on a dugout canoe (00:20). A chief addresses tribal elders in a meeting (01:10); the tribe’s warriors hold spears while listening to the chief. Hunters bring a gazelle to the village (01:55). Women work at the cookhouse preparing food (02:30). Boys climb up a coconut tree to get coconuts (03:00); other villagers haul bananas on their heads. A child leads several goats through the village (04:10). Villagers build a hut for a young woman. A man smokes a pipe after lunch (05:33). A witch doctor performs a ritual (05:54). Two maidens dance for the tribe (06:20).
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