This Is What It's Like to Live at the Edge of a Volcano | Short Film Showcase

In Indonesia, more than 75 percent of the population lives within 100km of a volcano. This is higher than any other volcanic region in the world, forging a unique symbiosis between man and nature.
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Woven into the cultural fabric of the area, the ancient giants are still at the center of many local mystical belief systems and superstitions. Although the recent eruption of Mount Agung forced 70,000 Balinese from their homes, scientists estimate the volcano will enrich their lands with some of the most fertile soil on the planet.

Explore the unique relationship between the Indonesian people and their volcano neighbors in this experimental short from Justin Pelletier and Adam Maruniak at Brick Productions.

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