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Directed by: Andrea Simon
Produced by: New York.

Synopsis:

Koriam’s Law is an award-winning documentary about a culture’s need to control the ideas that define it. This award-winning documentary by one of the key figures in international ethnographic film, focusses specifically on the rites and understandings of a popular religious and social movement in Papua New Guinea. The Pomio Kivung movement was founded in 1964 by the late Michael Koriam Urekit, in the beautiful Jacquinot Bay area of PNG’s East New Britain province.


Year: 2006
Category: Documentaries
Country of origin: Australia