Join us on an emotional, heartfelt journey taking Philius one of the Dayak Kenyah elders from where he now lives in Setulang Village back to the forest where he once lived deep in the heart of Borneo. Along with five other Dayak's from Setulang, Kevin Locke a Native American Lakota and eight other men we journeyed up 2 major rivers over seven days in August 2014. Along the Journey we all reached into our hearts and minds and connected along with the Dayaks who took great delight and pride in showing us their lands and the burial grounds of their ancestors. One of the major objectives of the film is to have others see another way and appreciate the beauty of this ancient land which is under threat and rejoice in the wisdom and beauty of the Dayak Kenyah culture.
Long Saan (The Journey Back) Trailer #1 HD - Pak Philius
Long Saan (The Journey Back) Trailer #2 HD - Kevin Locke
Kevin Locke famous Lakota Native American Indian hoop dancer accompanied us on our expedition into the heart of Kalimantan/Borneo in search of the ancient fabled lands called Long Saan. He showed us all the amazing connection that all ancient native people share and the similarities between Long Saan Kalimantan and The Black Hills of South Dakota. Through his wise words you can see how we are all just one man on our journey through life and how we are connected by this great earth.