Iriria Niña Tierra

Iriria Niña Tierra

"When I talk about Ecology, I'm talking about a part of me"
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John Ahni Schertow
October 11, 2014
 

Iriria Niña Tierra, is a documentary that reflects on the difficult relationship between man and the earth through the eyes of the indigenous Bribri-Cabecar Peoples who live in the nature reserve of Alta Talamanca in Costa Rica. It is an analysis, from the local to the universal, of the “cultural” root that stands as the base of the environmental problems that we all face.

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