|Producer:||Galumalemana Steven Percival|
|Description:||This two-part film explores religiousfreedom in Samoa through a recent casein the village of Salamumu where a familywas persecuted twice in less than twodecades. The village council had orderedthe most severe of Samoan punishments,mu le foaga (raze the nest) which meantto kill and erase all trace of the peopleconcerned. The family’s crime was tostart its own home-based bible studyclass and no longer attend the MethodistChurch. Village actions were based on ancouncil ruling passed in 1916 prohibitingany faith other than Methodism in the village. (In Samoan)|
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