|Genres||Adventure Biography Documentary History|
|Director||Marcelo Fortaleza Flores|
|Writers||Marcelo Fortaleza Flores (writer)
|Plot||Claude Lévi-Strauss (b.1908) dedicated some of the most poetic passages of his influential Tristes Tropiques (1955) to the Nambikwara Indians with whom he lived in 1938. Seventy years after, Fortaleza Flores' film weaves past and present together through revisiting the same villages where the anthropologist lived and visiting others that have been contacted since. Interviews with Lévi-Strauss and Tito Wakalitesu (the only Nambikwara Indian who remembers the 1938 expedition), rare archival footage by Lévi-Strauss, scenes of Marechal Rondon's expedition (1907-1915), Rio Papagaio and the Utiarity falls, along with the many aspects of the lives of Namikwara Indians present both a portrayal of today and the mutual reminisces of Lévi-Strauss and the Nambikwara.... search for Claude Lévi-Strauss - Auprès de l'Amazonie on IMDb|
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