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The Last Honey Hunter

The Last Honeyhunter

While I enjoyed the Farmsteaders movie that Mark posted about, my favorite viewing from the recent film festival was The Last Honey Hunter. I went into it expecting a documentary and instead got a visual yet symphony-like experience, as if I'd actually been in Nepal climbing massively high cliffs in search of taboo and at the same time medicinal honey (an overdose of which can easily kill you).

The film is just over half an hour long, and if you get a chance I highly recommend indulging in the experience.

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I spent a lot of time exploring Nepal and Northeast India from the comforts of home. Here is a link to some of what I saw:
Comment by maggiemargarethess Wed Apr 25 09:58:29 2018

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