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Armed with a CAR carbine, Markham is able to defend himself long enough to talk with Chief Jacareh Claudio Moreno who releases Markham for the night, promising to hunt him down in the morning, while the Fierce People kill and butcher the journalist. Close to dawn, Markham stumbles into Tomme collecting the sacred stones. The two recognize each other just as the Fierce People arrive, shooting Markham in the shoulder. Tomme and his father manage to escape, leaving Markham's carbine behind.
In the care of the Invisible People, Markham recovers from his injuries and undergoes a vision quest, waking up back at the dam's construction zone.
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Markham asked Chief Wanadi why he took Tommy all those years ago. Chief Wanadi answered that he thought the white people must be terribly unhappy, since they were destroying the forest, but Tommy smiled at the Invisible People when he saw them; the Chief took Tommy to save him. Jacareh, recognizing the destructive power of Markham's carbine, visits a seedy brothel at the edge of the construction zone and arranges to exchange women for ammunition and more guns. Tomme and his friends return to their village to discover that many of the Invisible People have been murdered and all the young women abducted by the Fierce People.
Desperate for help, Tomme navigates the city to his parents' condo, and Markham agrees to help rescue the women from the brothel. That night, Markham initiates a shootout in the brothel while Tomme and his friends release the enslaved women from captivity. Tomme is later sworn in as the new chief of the tribe. Markham warns Tomme that the almost-completed dam will end the tribe's way of life, but Tomme insists that the Invisible People are safe.
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During a storm, Markham places demolition explosives at key points along the dam, but the detonator seems to fail. It is not clear if either the explosives or the storm manages to breach the dam. Markham watches its destruction with mixed emotions. The film ends with Tomme and Kachiri sitting at the swimming hole near their village in the jungle, watching the members of their tribe splash and play. The film was promoted as "based on a true story".
Critic Harlan Ellison in his book Harlan Ellison's Watching wrote that attempts by SCAN  to get background information on the real story revealed that Rospo Pallenberg's original screenplay was based on several stories,  including an article in the Los Angeles Times about a Peruvian labourer whose child had been abducted by a local Indian tribe and located sixteen years later almost fully assimilated. Also there are some new cubs too.
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This film won two awards at the Missoula International Wildlife Film festival.