A glimpse of one of the last few tribes in the world that have never had any contact with the outside world..
They’re just looking up at the plane like “WHAT THE FUCK IS THAT”
They actually look terrified.
It’s amazing to think there are still people in the world who probably don’t even have any idea other countries/people even exist let alone anything else.
I get fucking chills every time I watch this. Incredible.
I find that the movie makes more sense to me if I imagine that the character of Johnny is actually mentally challenged, but everyone is too polite to say this explicitly. (Once you hear Tommy Wisseau’s odd accent and the strange cadence and emphases to his speech and his dorky laughs, not to mention what he’s actually saying, it’s actually not much of a stretch at all!) Johnny maybe has a rich, powerful uncle somewhere who has gotten him a handsomely-paid job fetching coffee at a bank. He’s mentally challenged enough that he doesn’t realize he’s going to be the coffee boy forever, and he thinks his money-saving ideas for the bank are going to get him promoted (“Hey, if we stop giving away free toasters with new checking accounts, we could save money!” “That’s a great idea, Johnny. Now go get me some more coffee. And a bagel. Cinnamon. Light on the cream cheese. That’s a good man! We should think about promoting you to bank president, eh, Johnny? Heh heh!”) Lisa is getting tired of having a mentally challenged boyfriend. Even though he is good to her, he has started to disgust her. And it’s kind of understandable, really. It also explains Johnny’s melodramatic reactions to everything.