Title from credits (published work) -- archival original
Edited film reel (reel 5) includes shots of a native village which includes women with woven mat headcovers, interior shots of a men's house showing sleeping quarters, ritual and domestic paraphenalia; scenes of men smoking tobacco and details footage documenting the stages and sexual division of labor involved in making native tapioca known as "sac-sac". This includes shots of males felling and de-barking a sago palm, pulverizing its pith with special mallets, women carrying the pounded sago to a strainer/washing trough, decanting the sago starch, and cooking the mixture to proper consistency. Film has intertitles.
Human Studies Film Archives, Smithsonian Museum Support Center, Suitland, MD