|Film Description:||Reel 10 of 31|
ShotlistCat. Reel 160 1959: Reel 11: India. Unidentified town
Wooden pitch fork for hay.
Monkeys(?) in field (ws).
Villa on steep cliff.
Talc mine: mineral transported hand-to-hand.
Sikh gentleman with moustache
Rocks: note the angle.
Workmen carving talc ( cu poor shot).
Rural hut. Girls rolling dough. (underexposed).
Two-part grinding mill.
Large thatched building (overexposed).
Corn drying on poles.
Adivasi village (in a 1500 foot deep "basin"). A girl: note bracelets,
toe rings, calloused ankles.
Grain container: wicker covered with mud.
Village, landscape: View from an elevation.
Adivasi girl: note adornment anklets (cu).
Small boy and girl of tribal village (mws).
Seed container: Wicker covered with mud.
Face of a man (xcu).
Making a broom (cu).
Making up/a fire, (cu) .
Marketplace: many people.
Making basket: using toe to hold material.
Market: note scales for weighing.
Girl being fitted for bangles.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Village life, Sadhu, Talc mine, Adivasis|
|Tags:||Adivasis | Sadhu | Talc mine | Village life|
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