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The Philippines poses a problem of identity: to be Asian or otherwise. This film shows how the complex social structure of the Spanish and the religious cult of Santo Niño have not been disentangled from the church and the relics of folk religion. This long, often savage and brutal history reveals many of the unique aspects of Filipino life today.
(1976, 52 mins) A Film Australia, Australian Broadcasting Commission and University of Queensland Press Co-production.
© National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.
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