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Maybe I'll be permitted to say that nearly everybody in this film has dead eyes.
Instead of giving viewers a sense of what these otherworldly experiences must have looked and felt like, we see ragged remnants.
This is a captivating and interesting story of Tobias Schneebaum's life and his experiences with indigenous tribes.
Seller description was accurate. Enjoyed the film. Find Schneebaum a pretty fascinating guy. Can't imagine doing what he did, but interesting none the less. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lotus Goddess
What a remarkable human being with an unbiased approach in the search and discovery of the spirit and soul of mankind!Published 8 months ago by Pat Wilson
This is a captivating and interesting story of Tobias Schneebaum's life and his experiences with indigenous tribes. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Laurie A. Ure
This documentary is only interesting as a look at what evil and depravity look like. Unfortunately, it moves very slowly and the shaky, slow, nasal, whiny, lisping voice of... Read morePublished 15 months ago by naware
This film was wonderfully crafted and the footage that makes up the documentary story line combined with the talk show interviews create a compelling story ... Read morePublished 24 months ago by D. Reed Anderson
You must be kidding me! How was this guy taken seriously? Tobias S. supposedly went to seek out a murderous cannibal tribe when a guy with feathers stuck in his face came to a... Read morePublished on February 13, 2012 by skeptic
A story of returning to Amazonian wilderness fourty five years on since in younger days a doco had been made there. Read morePublished on February 18, 2009 by Michael Kerjman
"Keep the River on Your Right" is as much a documentary about an artist's alienation from civilization as it is about cannibalism among the Asmat people of Papua New Guinea. Read morePublished on October 4, 2008 by Amaranth