Borneo Death Blow - full documentary

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    Raphael TrezaRaphael Treza
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    An adventure in Borneo with a tribe of blowpipe hunters, the Penan.
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Hace 3 años
vanita henry
vanita henry

+a w

Hace 27 días
vanita henry
vanita henry

1111111111111

Hace 27 días
Teh Gelas
Teh Gelas

Thank you Raphael for your documenter ❤

Hace un mes
Salman dirvy official
Salman dirvy official

i want to make a member of your team Sir

Hace un mes
Mohamad Fazrie +2196
Mohamad Fazrie

As a Malaysian. It really hit me deep. everything that Raphael says about the government is true. they don't really care about the nature. All they see is $$$. And every problems, conflicts that were mention in this video are only the surface of a deeper problems. I hope this video get noticed and help people realize the importance of preserving nature. Peace from NORTH BORNEO!

Hace 3 años
Azzam Ehsan
Azzam Ehsan

Responsibility falls on people too. Put hands together and make Malaysia even more beautiful.. I've been enjoying living in Malaysia for over 10yrs as my second home😍

Hace un día
GregJoshuaW
GregJoshuaW

This isn't just capitalism, it's all forms of trade based on money. This is money doing this.

Hace 14 días
Brian Newman +36
Brian Newman

It is heartbreaking how they ask the outsiders to tell the world about their struggles and to ask for help. No one is coming to help them, they are the last of their kind. Very thankful for this documentary.

Hace un mes
GregJoshuaW
GregJoshuaW

This comment is incredibly depressing because it's true. But that means, those of us who see are just going to sit back and do nothing while these people, perhaps the last inocents on Earth, are eaten by the machine of commerce...

Hace 14 días
Dmitriy T +9
Dmitriy T

Incredible. This feels different than most documentaries. More personal, more engaged, more caring!

Hace 24 días
Dinesh Sharma +27
Dinesh Sharma

Dear Raphel hats of to you for going into these virgin jungle to tell and show the people of this so called modern society that true treasure is in there in the jungles and not in so called modern cities, I hope people understand after seeing this and support these people living in such pathetic condition. God bless you and your entire team. Love you loads

Hace 4 meses
Lukamiras-Siras +28
Lukamiras-Siras

"One day, the tables will turn, and the wealth of every country will be defined by the nature they hold." Beautiful doc, thank you.

Hace 3 meses
RK +35
RK

I can see so much hard work, time, and dedication that went into this project. I can't imagine how much you've worked on this behind the scenes. Thank you so much for such an eye-opening and beautiful documentary.

Hace 3 años
peter frazier +6
peter frazier

I was a Royal Marine in the sixties and went to Borneo 4 times during the Confrontation over a period of two and a half years. I can say with total truth that it was the best time of my life. I loved the Jungle, the People, the way of life and the magic of it all. We lived with the various tribes in Longhouses and learned so much. It's a very sad disaster to see everything especially Jungle and the culture being destroyed by greed. In years to come it will be seen to be the ecological mistake that changed not just the Island of Borneo but the World.

Hace un mes
PaChin +4
PaChin

This is a masterpiece of documentary film making. Educational, stunning cinematography and meditatively fluid. Not a dull moment.

Hace 21 un día
Oswald Clarke +25
Oswald Clarke

Raphael this was the most riveting exceptional pure documentary I have ever seen on YT. I have been educated, saddened and cheered for the strength resilience and fortitude of these people. When I hear people complaining, they should all watch videos like this and maybe they will appreciate their circumstances no matter how limited. Magnificent work. Congratulations!

Hace 5 meses
N SB +4
N SB

One of the best documentaries I've watched regaurding different tribes and their way of life, thank you.

Hace 8 días
Khosea Rining Jonathan +160
Khosea Rining Jonathan

A well made documentary. As a Lun Bawang from the northern part of Sarawak, we always admire and respect the Penan people, they are tough and yet friendly people. Some live near my village in the mountains of Sarawak and my parents usually provide them with some necessity that are not usually found in the forest (sugar, tea etc). I remember during one of this trip, one of them, a kid of mere 12 years old, when we were about to leave their place, told us to be careful cause a heavy rain is coming and sure enough, minutes after our depature, it rain heavily. They understand the forest more than most tribes in Borneo as most of us have been modernized and we lose bits of our ancestors ways of life.

Hace 2 años
Topon chowdhury
Topon chowdhury

nice

Hace 2 meses
Merwin ARTist +8
Merwin ARTist

Some people go to the white man's school to learn to read books .. yet forget that the very first book ever written is the "Book of Nature" .. so how bad is illiteracy in the world?

Hace 2 años
Phil Olivieri +5
Phil Olivieri

Raphael, I sincerely commend you on your most excellent and informative documentary bringing awareness to the sad plight of the Penan people. Humankind’s need for greed is destroying our natural world and the livelihood of many indigenous peoples as evidenced by it’s affliction on the Penan. Peace from Canada 🇨🇦

Hace 4 meses
Darien Kinne
Darien Kinne

These documentaries are utterly captivating. Thank you so much for these gifts.

Hace 2 días
Gecko Toe +1
Gecko Toe

What an amazing documentary. I didn't want it to end =[ I just want you to follow Saya around so much more. He seemed super excited to show you as much as he could. What a proud and bad ass man

Hace 3 meses
Birding Visions | Clive Bramham +2
Birding Visions | Clive Bramham

Excellent documentary. Fascinating, informative, and more than anything, important. The shots of the undulating bat flocks heading into the night sky was exceptionally beautiful.

Hace 4 meses
Beatrice Arie +912
Beatrice Arie

As an Iban, I have to say the Penan tribe is truly the heart of our Borneo jungle, I’ve never seen people who lives so peacefully in the nature and respect the environment so much. Logging companies are just crazy here in Borneo, a lot of illegal trades not to mention, even the legal ones takes things to the next level. It harms their customs and traditions and I’m ashamed of the lack of awareness the people have here, because everybody seems to chase modernity but have little to none about the consequences this will have to the future of our generation and all the beings in the nature. This is such a beautiful video, everything was very well captured, I have gained even more infos. Thank you and keep it up!

Hace 3 años
Matthew Harvey
Matthew Harvey

Yeah

Hace 15 días
Daniel the Farmer Explorer +3
Daniel the Farmer Explorer

As an Indigenous Person myself, I feel saddened by these injustices committed against them by greedy politicians and businessmen. Hoping more people will know about their plight and campaign for their welfare. Thank you for this channel for raising awareness about them. Hoping the Government of Malaysia pay heed to their plight.

Hace 3 meses
P Mills +3
P Mills

I want to comment again bc I watched this in 3 segments. I couldn’t wait to get back to watch the rest of this documentary. I feel so sad for the penan people, and all tribes people living off the grid this way, they seem like such gentle souls, they have so much knowledge about the forests which they live, you’d think the government wouldwant to preserve this dying culture of living off the land. Thanks to Raphael for making this gorgeous documentary and highlighting the atrocities the Penan people are faced with.

Hace 3 meses
Maria Lúcia +2
Maria Lúcia

Você conhece a Floresta Amazônica? Seria maravilhoso se fizesse um documentário sobre os povos da floresta nas terras brasileiras.

Hace 2 meses
Piotr G +6
Piotr G

A mówią że nie istnieje lekarstwo na ukąszenie węża , jesteśmy okłamywani na każdym kroku życiowym. Wielki szacunek za film....

Hace 7 meses
Abdul Rahim Khan +67
Abdul Rahim Khan

You deserve a lot more recognition. This is one of the best documentaries Ive watched. Loved the music, the production quality and most importantly the way you managed to capture their strength, pride and helplessness to the logging corporations. I love this so much.

Hace un año
Fugazzi Productions +4
Fugazzi Productions

This was a fantastic watch. Well produced, very entertaining and educational. Good work Raph!

Hace 7 meses
Marzell Stennis
Marzell Stennis

this is an exceptional example of how we should be in our western bubble of society . one day this way of life will be the only way if we don’t reserve our resources especially the natural ones. thank you for showing the world this display of this beautiful way of life. sincerely

Hace 11 horas
Deepak Sharma +4
Deepak Sharma

And finally i finished all the documentary videos and no doubt it was really good. All i can say is that you have some serious talent Raph. Lastly all i can think is why are there not anymore videos ? If there's any budget issue then please let me know I'll try my best to tell all of my friends about your channel so that you'll get more support.

Hace 6 meses
Jim McNair +4
Jim McNair

I can't explain why but this beautiful documentary had me wiping the tears out of my eyes the entire time, sad, beautiful and spiritual, what an incredible piece of art! Thank you so much, I will be looking at my world so differently now...... 😢

Hace 6 meses
Soren Sonstein +42
Soren Sonstein

Thank you so much for providing the world with such an expertly crafted piece of educational content. You have helped give a voice to these incredible people who are harshly underrepresented. People like you restore my faith in humanity and help establish the importance of us as humans maintaining a respect and appreciation for the planet we all share. I wish a fruitful future upon the Penan people, and individuals suffering similar adversities. Raphael, you possess unbelievable documentative skills, and any half-hearted admirer of cinematographic work can marvel at the completeness and effectiveness of your documentaries. Thank you again, one human being to another!

Hace 3 años
Stray Argus
Stray Argus

The Penan seem to be very peaceful people! Thanks for sharing this with us! I love nature and animals and it hurts to see the corrupted government is ruining everything.

Hace un mes
acmebrainsurgery +1
acmebrainsurgery

This is a magnificent documentary, so thoughtfully and skillfully made, and the music, also by Raphael Treza, is absolutely gorgeous.🌴☁💗 Btw, I bought the soundtrack, twice.

Hace un mes
Peter Brunai +9
Peter Brunai

Je mi veľmi ľúto, že vlády neslúžia ľuďom, ale ich tlačia do vecí ktoré im škodia. Ďakujem za krásny dokument a prajem Vám veľa zdravia a aby ste svoj boj vyhrali.

Hace 2 meses
sajad zari
sajad zari

سلام دوست عزیز من با شماموافق هستم حرف شما کاملا درست هست✋

Hace 20 días
Xauri +6
Xauri

this was beautifully done. I truly hope the Penan are given the respect they deserve.

Hace 4 meses
SilentKnight43 +24
SilentKnight43

It's a genuine privilege to watch this exceptionally well-made documentary. Loved so many aspects of it - especially the superb videography and narration. Fascinating look at the culture, the native species of animals...everything. It's truly a shame what has happened to their environment and way of life...and I hope this documentary helps bring further awareness to their situation. Cheers, from Canada.

Hace 2 años
Vitor Oliveira +6
Vitor Oliveira

Amei o documentário,muito interessante a planta que pode tratar dependência química e depressão,esse conhecimento seria de grande valia para a humanidade se houvesse humildade de buscar esse conhecimento com esses povos e aplicar nos povos do outro lado menos civilizado,pela modernidade e tecnologia.

Hace 5 meses
Ikmal Rusli +2
Ikmal Rusli

This the most educational and cultural documentary video about Borneo people I've seen so far, thank you soo much for this Raph regards from North Borneo

Hace 21 un día
jikajacksondeepluyka +6
jikajacksondeepluyka

Such a great documentary dear sir. The way you pronounce Penan are more clearly then Sarawak people itself. Because a lot of people always have a hard way. To mention penan and punan. Because I am punan.one of the minority tribe in Sarawak.I really hope all the penan generation will appreciate your work for this video dear sir. Most of them are success in their life. Become a lawyer,doctor or engineer. So I hope.. really hope..they will make a change for their tribe. The logging also will not stop. Until the ground are bald.God bless all of us.

Hace 3 meses
Abad Maulana +4
Abad Maulana

Every time I see the island of Borneo or Kalimantan, I don't know why I always feel sad because I see many trees being cut down and many animals being threatened with extinction due to land clearing.

Hace 2 meses
SAYEGHSAU +400
SAYEGHSAU

Not even National Geography can make such quality films like this, this is really amazing 😍

Hace 3 años
I am sorry for being rude before
I am sorry for being rude before

The good old NatGeo is gone, they only make shit shows today.

Hace 2 meses
orde_plongo 2.0 +2
orde_plongo 2.0

Overrated n hyped.. This is just western tourist bringing drone n nice action cam... Terserah kau sajalah...

Hace 2 años
Gottlieb Goltz
Gottlieb Goltz

Ditto.

Hace 3 años
zainul Hamzah
zainul Hamzah

Indonesia

Hace 3 años
Elvis Chima
Elvis Chima

This documentary is dope! I learnt a lot, thanks Raphael and your crew as well.

Hace 4 meses
Raju Gurung
Raju Gurung

Great Work Raphael, Hats off! Equally deeply touched with helplessness of Bourneo tribes. Hopeful that the authorities will come up with a sustainable solution for the future generation of innocent tribal children.

Hace 5 meses
Max P +1
Max P

So grateful that I was born in an age where I can partake in so many people different lives. Truly fascinating.

Hace 7 meses
Rubens Liz Dos Santos +2
Rubens Liz Dos Santos

Dear Raphael congratulations on your excellent documentary (film). And for showing a little bit of the simple but difficult life of these people of Borneo. But even so, they don't lose their naivety, camaraderie, solidarity, simplicity and happiness always in sharing their daily lives. Hugs from Brazil.

Hace 3 meses
Yang Gehazi Ingam +1
Yang Gehazi Ingam

I come from the island of New Guinea, the second-largest island in the world after Greenland. My Father is originally from the Eastern half of the island of New Guinea, a country called Papua New Guinea where it is known for speaking 800+ distinct native languages and practices over thousand+ cultures, while my mother comes from the western half of the island is known as West Papua, a region dominated by brutal Indonesian regime. The whole of New Guinea island is very rich with renewable and non-renewable resources that support and sustains the complex ecosystem, biodiversity, and local economy. However, due to unreliable and corrupt practices of the government, the jungles are now replaced by cash crops like rubber, oil palm, coffee, vanilla, and cocoa. Trees, vines, palms which were once used as primary diet, and herbs for medication now only remain as a tale. Plant and animal species that my ancestors used for cultural ceremonies and traditional obligations, rituals, and initiations are now only a memory shared by my 89 years Grand-Father. Development is good however, a lack of reliable and patriotic leadership will only result in the exploitation of our resources and extinction of culture and sense of identity. Wherever we are I deeply urge us all to be vocal to conserve and preserve the residue and remnants of our traditional wealth. -Yang Ingam (PNG-WestPapua)

Hace 2 meses
Brad Brown +1
Brad Brown

This has been one of the best videos I have ever seen . the Government would be better served to leave these fabulous people a very large swath of their own jungle to live their lives out . they seem to be very nice and humble people . the type of people you could rely on and call them a friend after visiting them . they are some of the original inhabitant's of this country . someone in the Government has to wake up and make things right for these fine people . we in Canada have our own indigenous people who have their own land and so it should be with the Penan . once all the trees in the jungle have been destroyed what do you have left . palm oil plantations rubber trees and that's all . thousands of years of growth destroyed and your local people left with nothing but garbage .

Hace 5 meses
Alberto Garcia +1
Alberto Garcia

Excellent. What a great job. I was really captivated by everything I saw, it was almost as if I had been there. Wonderful the production that you bring us Raphael. Of one I follow you

Hace 6 meses
Mouse Gipson +1
Mouse Gipson

What an amazing outstanding documentary. I absolutely love it . Beautiful culture and life style beautiful people too. They have better skin than many in the USA 🇺🇸

Hace 21 un día
C Beers +20
C Beers

I watched the Cobra Gypsies and this back to back. The footage, music, history and story you’ve put together are simply amazing. So insightful and important. Thanks again for another amazing documentary. Fantastic.

Hace un año
free agent +5
free agent

In Sibu I took the river boat to the end and stayed a night with the local people. Fascinating boat journey and experience. Greetings from Australia.

Hace 2 meses
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As a Malaysian. It really hit me deep. everything that Raphael says about the government is true. they don't really care about the nature. All they see is $$$. And every problems, conflicts that were mention in this video are only the surface of a deeper problems. I hope this video get noticed and help people realize the importance of preserving nature. Peace from NORTH BORNEO!

Hace 4 meses
mnbluesboy +1
mnbluesboy

I just found this video by accident and decided to watch it all. It was wonderful and at the same time tragic. We as a people could learn so very much from the Panang peoples. It scares me thinking of losing such a wonderful people to "new ways" ... Thank you very, very much for sharing this. IT made me really happy and really sad at the same time. some wonderfully resourceful people here....Thank you Raphael!

Hace 4 meses
n. animation +3
n. animation

Im half penan im really happy when i see this type of documentaries,penan tribe is really a heart of the borneo jungle.Hope you make this kind of videos again im proud to be penan.

Hace 5 meses
Matrixx Clan Subcreator +37
Matrixx Clan Subcreator

You deserved much more respect from the society. People are blogging day to day to earn money without any effort. You are just spend three months to shoot this whole episode. Hats off man. Much love from ❤️❤️. india👍

Hace un año
BorneoTribes TV +5
BorneoTribes TV

Wow,amazing documentary... It's remains me ours old dusun tribes lifestyles long time ago... So nice to see...I hope you can make more documentary like this especially in borneo...thank you

Hace 3 meses
Hhk +1
Hhk

You are the best Raphael. Your hard work, passion, choice of music, just amazing. I would recommend the viewers to check out your documentary called "Cobra Gypsies". Thats where you earned my respect. Thank you

Hace 6 meses
Mail Me +4
Mail Me

This documentary is one of the best ones I’ve ever seen in my entire life.

Hace 2 meses
Business Education by Ikram ur Rehman
Business Education by Ikram ur Rehman

Amazing depiction and noble cause. The battle, however, seems lost. At least we shall have such dedicated videos to inspire the few who may want to bring nature back, once we've destroyed everything. Commendable effort on your part.

Hace 5 meses
Michael Myers +54
Michael Myers

As an anthropologist who works closely with Dayak and Punan peoples of Indonesian Borneo, I just want to say how much I appreciate your documentary. I find that many filmmakers are quite biased in their representations of forest-dwelling people like the Penan, essentialising them, speaking for them, representing them as primitive or unchanging. So I didn't have high hopes for the film... But I was so wrong! I was SO pleasantly surprised by this excellent piece of film-making. There are a couple of anthropological notes/critiques that are worth mentioning about the film, but by far and away on the whole, I am very impressed by your film, including both with what you went through to make the film (especially as someone who is intimately aware of how very uncomfortable trekking and sleeping in the jungle can be), and how much humility, respect, and sincerity you bring into this project. Absolutely most important of all, I appreciate how you let the people you film with speak for themselves for a good deal of the film. I can sense the rapport you've built with those that you show on screen and hope that you've managed to maintain those good relationships. Two questions: 1, do you speak the language? 2, were there counter-voices who you excluded from the film? Outstanding job. Seems like a real labor of love.

Hace un año
Raphael Treza +6
Raphael Treza

thanks Michael, feel free to dm, my work is free of use for non commercial purpose, and i would be more than happy to know it's used in a seminar.

Hace un año
Michael Myers +5
Michael Myers

@Raphael Treza Hi Raphael. I'm watching this again, and again, my jaw is on the floor. So impressive. I can't speak to your craft as a film maker, as I really know nothing about it, other than to say this is visually beautiful with a compelling and emotive narrative, but watching it again I'm finding more and more things that I appreciate from an anthropological perspective about this film. I wonder how you would feel about using this film in a seminar context.... are there any specific considerations or liscensing issues that I should be aware with if I share this with students? Are there any things that you would like to share outside the context of the film? Should I just message you? Again, this is a group of people I feel very attached to and I can't begin to tell you how happy it makes me to see such a beautiful representation. Thank you for your work.

Hace un año
Raphael Treza +8
Raphael Treza

thanks a lot Michael, great to read you. 1- no i don't speak the language 2- this movie is just about those who survived the ecocide and are keeping the culture alive. best wishes

Hace un año
Explain it to your therapist.
Explain it to your therapist.

@Raphael Treza - Thank you for sharing this amazing insightful and informative look into a part of life many would otherwise never have known about outside a BBC documentary.

Hace 3 meses
KentBenedict
KentBenedict

Such a masterpiece of a video, love to visit Borneo someday.

Hace 3 meses
Rasool Samavarchi
Rasool Samavarchi

One of the best and emotional documentary I’ve ever seen..excellent work brother..god bless

Hace 2 meses
Rodrigue Frich
Rodrigue Frich

Reportage exceptionnel. Images magnifiques qui ne parlent que d'elles mêmes entre une nature somptueuse peuplée d'êtres vivants tout aussi extraordinaire !!! C'est tout aussi important de montrer aux yeux du monde les dégâts que peut engendrer la déforestation !! Personnellement, je n'est pas de mots assez puissants pour exprimer mon mécontentement à ce sujet. Pour ce qui est du reste, un grand merci pour cette petite vidéo !! Qui je l'espère, feras bouger les consciences !!! 🙏🙏

Hace 5 días
Dario Villirilli +83
Dario Villirilli

This is one of the most beautiful thing I've seen in a while. Thank you for your work. "The Penan, people for whom kindness, generosity and courage is a way of life. Their ingenuity and the elegant solutions they employ to thrive in some of the most challenging and complex environments, must not be lost."

Hace 3 años
Salim Merchant
Salim Merchant

Most Amazing documentary flims I have ever seen. It's very heart touching and sad to know the truth ..... Thanks and keep up the good work.

Hace 9 meses
Black Beauty
Black Beauty

Fantastic job!!

Hace 3 años
Deborah Williams +15
Deborah Williams

Hermosa elección ❤️ likeex.Uno de los mejores 😘 21:23 Senada: "Hermoso" 21:24 Megan: "Hotter" 24:23 Hopi: "Sweeter" 25:27 Joonie: "Cooler" 20:23 Yoongi: "Butter" 23:26 Amor: "Momentos" 17:51 Son unos de los mejores conciertos 🖤 20:26 Megan: "Hotter" 10:25 Alana: "Awesome" 11:24 Belleza doops 35:23 Son unos de los mejores conciertos, no puede ir pero de tan solo verlos desde pantalla, se que estuvo sorprendente 🖤 10:32 Hopi: "Sweeter" uieg

Hace 3 meses
𝓪𝓷𝓰𝓰𝓪𝓻𝓪 𝓹𝓾𝓽𝓻𝓪 𝓭𝓪𝔂𝓪𝓴999
𝓪𝓷𝓰𝓰𝓪𝓻𝓪 𝓹𝓾𝓽𝓻𝓪 𝓭𝓪𝔂𝓪𝓴999

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Hace 2 meses
Deodoro Asistol sr.
Deodoro Asistol sr.

Great experience to live in villages with different languages and tribesmen.

Hace un mes
nico plozzer
nico plozzer

Thank you for sharing , the world needs more people like you 🙏

Hace 7 meses
Bohdan Škrabák
Bohdan Škrabák

Thank you Rafael for your great work on this and other videos.

Hace 7 meses
Omkar Chandra +27
Omkar Chandra

Hands down! One of the finest documentaries ever! You are the only few people on Earth who really care about other people who are in misery.

Hace 3 años
Jasper L
Jasper L

Amazing documentary, I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it!

Hace 7 meses
Galata Kulesi İSTANBUL +2
Galata Kulesi İSTANBUL

Borneo yüzölçümü açısından dünyanın en büyük üçüncü adasıdır. Güneydoğu Asya'da bulunur ve Endonezya, Malezya ve Brunei tarafından paylaşılmıştır.Borneo adı adaya ilk olarak Hollandalı kâşifler tarafından verilmiş olup Batı'da da yaygın olarak kullanılmaktadır. Ada, Endonezya'da Kalimantan adı ile bilinirken, Malezya'da Doğu Malezya olarak adlandırılmaktadır.Dünyanın en büyük yer altı nehir koridoru burada bulunmaktadır. Çok çeşitli hayvan ve bitki türlerini barındıran yağmur ormanlarıyla ünlüdür. "Rafflesia" isimli dünyanın en büyük çiçeği Borneo adasında yaşar. 3 milyon yarasaya ev sahipliği yapan Geyik Mağarası da Borneo'dadır. Dünyanın en küçük fil türü olan Borneo filleri bu bölgeye özgüdür. Adada yaşayan ve bazıları endemik olan hayvan türleri şunlardır: Uzun burunlu maymun, Borneo orangutanı, Borneo cüce fili, boynuzgaga, cüce yalıçapkını, Atlas güvesi, fener böceği, Borneo bulutlu parsı.Ada birçok isimle bilinir. Uluslararası olarak, keşif çağında 16. yüzyılda Brunei Krallığı ile Avrupa temasından kaynaklanan Borneo olarak bilinir ve yaklaşık 1601 antik haritasında Brunei şehrinin Borneo olarak adlandırıldığı ve tüm adanın da Borneo olarak adlandırıldığı çok açıktır. Brunei adı muhtemelen "su" anlamına gelen Sanskritçe váruṇa (वरुण) kelimesinden veya hindu yağmur tanrısı Varuna'dan türemiştir.

Hace 3 meses
mangeybum
mangeybum

Good video, I find the island of Borneo to be tremendously inspiring.

Hace un mes
Cleo XO +1
Cleo XO

What beautiful people!! There is so much we could learn from them. Sadly, our world is driven by greed, and because of this, a minority of powerful people are destroying our world. Bravo to you for creating and sharing this film! Thank you.

Hace 6 meses
Emma La Rocca +49
Emma La Rocca

Beautiful documentary thank you! I had tears in my eyes for the most part mainly of happiness. I cannot believe that only 10% of the forest remains. How much knowledge have we already lost from these people and other tribes around the world!

Hace 3 años
Glenmore Matthew
Glenmore Matthew

Beautiful

Hace 3 años
Alex XXX
Alex XXX

Wow, just wow... this is some incredible work Raphael. Thank you brother!!!

Hace 2 meses
Boeie Geurt +10
Boeie Geurt

This 98 year old man still has enough strenght to forage for his own food in the bloody jungle and enough lung capacity to operate his blowpipe, this combined with the fact that his wife plays the flute using her nose made my day! AMAZING!

Hace 6 meses
Surasak Piathip
Surasak Piathip

7 สนใจนะคะตตาตื่นตื่นจ;

Hace 21 un día
RAVI
RAVI

51:41 rafa you filmed not just documentary but you included their culture in your crew cards. Respect 👏

Hace 5 meses
Risk0systems UK
Risk0systems UK

One of the best documentaries I’ve seen. Thank you.

Hace 6 meses
Sandy Galbraith +22
Sandy Galbraith

A beautiful and moving film, Raphael. I spent two months working in Sabah/Brunei Bay back in 1978. It was the most magical place I had ever visited. The rainforest met the mangroves close to the shoreline. The wildlife was plentiful and the birds were colourful and noisy. I went back 30 years later and much of it had gone, replaced by palm tree plantations. The only sound breaking the silence was a pump sending palm oil to a loading terminal on a riverbank. It was a sad and depressing experience.

Hace un año
Damn User
Damn User

Extremely well made documentary! I've been in those areas multiple times, but never that far from cities and never had a chance to see real tribe people, although well aware that Indonesians are (still) unspoiled humans...

Hace 4 meses
Caleche +4
Caleche

Quel bonheur...... J'ai un respect infini pour ces tribus, particulièrement pour ce vieil homme qui a su saisir cet opportunité pour demander à ce que l'on passe ce message, urgent, impérieux, essentiel, vital finalement.

Hace 5 meses
P Mills +2
P Mills

This was incredibly filmed and narrated. Thanks so much

Hace 3 meses
STRONGEST NATTY IN THE WORLD.
STRONGEST NATTY IN THE WORLD.

You are welcome.

Hace un mes
Fnono Mishell
Fnono Mishell

thank you man. That was beautiful. I am going to send this to people I know in the hope to raise awareness about this problem.

Hace 3 meses

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