"I feel this film was unfairly reviewed on this website. It was a beautiful film about how remote communities function away from the rest of the world. A fantastic portrayal of how the women in this village cleverly and amusingly distracted the men from religious tensions, the world could learn a lot from this film. The realistic struggle for peace overcame the natural urges of motherhood, religious loyalty and romance, because without peace none of these could continue. It was wonderfully directed, emotive and funny, and naturally acted. It is the story of a whole villages' journey of grief and the struggle to maintain harmony within a community. Mr Johnston has clearly misunderstood what this film was trying to achieve, was clearly sexist, insensitive to the director and the subject of this film."