Encircled by one of the world’s largest enclosed lagoons, the 101st French department is a real cultural crossroads between Africa, the Indian Ocean and Europe. This film by Pierre Brouwers is the true-to-life portrait of an island where little villages live in pace with age-old customs, where nature reveals a surprise package of flora and fauna. A guaranteed change of scenery… –
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