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In the wind of the factory| 52mins
Director: Laurent Cibien, Anne Pitoiset | Producer: Matthieu Lamotte
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: France
Subject Tags: ecology, economies, environment, europe, france, globalization, indigenous rights
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
In the south of the overseas French territory of New Caledonia, a multinational corporation is building a gigantic chemical and mining complex in order to extract precious nickel from the ground. In the nearest village of Yaté, the Kanaks are directly involved in the process: some already work at the plant, some are still strongly opposed, but it does not matter. They are now facing social, cultural and environmental mutations provoked by this invasion of global modernity in their daily life.
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