“Die Angst der Waldmenschen – Bei den Pygmäen in Zentralafrika”
Alpine and foreign cultures (), Peter Weinert (Deutschland/Germany) 45 min
For thousands of years, the Pygmies have lived in the deepest jungle near the borders of the African states Cameroon, Congo and Gabon. In the course of many years, the living space of these forest people has been restricted more and more and the survival of these humans is no longer guaranteed. The art of living, as practiced by these people, is a thorn in the flesh of the missionaries as well as of the responsibilities of the government and above all of the wood cutters. They try to relocate them or to “civilize” them until they are helpless.