Borneo, Indonesia, is home to some of the most significant gold mining operations. Logistics are often messy and illegal, so some Dayak villagers find themselves hand-making equipment and destroying their homeland to compete for survival.
Over 14 million acres of rainforest in Borneo, Indonesia, have been deforested for Elaeis guineensis. This film narrates the near eradication of tribal Dayak traditions and indigenous lifestyles due to monoculture farming. Villager's point of view offers hushed insights into labor exploitation and illegally stolen land.