In the 1930s, the jungles of Borneo was a savage land, where headhunters perfected their craft and wine-soaked revelries which could last for days were a common sight. Excessive drinking of rice wine and a gripping fear of spirits had left the villages in a state of desperation. Slowly, the people were dying out.
Then, something happened. Everything changed. The people stopped drinking, they began to value life, and they overcame their crippling fear of spirits.