At first scene I was concerned for what felt like an outsider's perspective, convenient (though awkward) english dialoge and the initial entry point feeling like a voyeuristic westerner hoping to find some savages. Well I was pleasantly surprised and overwhelmed by a handful of scenes of real beauty and humanity. It is a film that suffers from some uneven moments but the humanistic impact of the film still holds.
Shot in a documentary-style, this films draws you in. But somehow you begin to feel that this is shot from an outsider's view, and you become aware of watching a film. However, it's powerful and displays the general inhuman situation in which these people live, forced to comply because they are powerless and no one is interested in helping them.