"My people, my land. You don't know how much it's hurting me". 25 years ago in Papua New Guinea a violent conflict erupted in the coffee-growing plantations. Is the Ganiga tribal war finally over?
"This valley was a war zone. And now I've come back to find out what happened after I left." Bob Connolly returns to Papua New Guinea where in 1992 he recorded shocking scenes of violence between coffee harvesters depicted in Black Harvest. Coffee prices have climbed again, but the problems of the past still manifest in a region scarred by the divisions of modern and ancient laws.FULL SYNOPSIS