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We Were Wonderers On A Prehistoric Earth by James W Griffiths
James W Griffith’s short film, We Were Wonderers On A Prehistoric Earth, takes viewers on a journey into Malaysia’s jungles.
In this stunning look at the wildlife and landscapes of Malaysia, James W Griffiths gives us a glimpse at life deep in the rainforest. The narration is adapted from Joseph Conrad’s Heart Of Darkness. The 3:15 film is part of the Malaysia, My Journey project.