This feature-length documentary traces the journey of the Haisla people to reclaim the G’psgolox totem pole that went missing from their British Columbia village in 1929. The fate of the 19th century traditional mortuary pole remained unknown for over 60 years until it was discovered in a Stockholm museum where it is considered state property by the Swedish government. Director Gil Cardinal combines interviews, striking imagery and rare footage of master carvers to raise questions about ownership and the meaning of Aboriginal objects held in museums.
Release: Totem the Return of the Gpsgolox Pole 2003 SD AMZN WEB-DL DDP2 0 H 264
General: mkv | 1.03 GB | 01:10:04
Video: 1877 Kbps | 640×360 (16:9) | 29.970 fps | V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC
Audio 1: E-AC-3 at 224 Kbps | 2 channels | 48 Khz | (English)
Files inside archive: mkv, url (total 2 files)
Subtitles (Softcoded): English