Life Sentence and The Blue Cross

Life Sentence and The Blue Cross

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It's mid-twentieth century when two New Caledonian men contract leprosy and reflect on what they call their 'life sentence', but when a cure is discovered they realise it wasn't the end of life after all.

And in today's New Caledonia, an indigenous woman tolerates her alcoholic husband until his behaviour affects their child. She considers leaving but a charity, the Blue Cross, offers to help him.

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The Mask

The Mask

In New Caledonian bushland a woman rents a bamboo house where she finds an exotic mask. It's just the impetus she needs to begin her writing career. She talks to the mask and it responds…

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