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The film explores the rain-lashed hills of Northeast India, where people from isolated villages have developed a beautiful, eco-friendly, and unique approach to traversing swollen monsoon streams and rivers. Instead of using bamboo bridges that will quickly decompose and be swept away by floodwaters or iron structures that will be expensive and prone to rapid rusting, the villagers opted for a more sustainable solution: crafting - living, self-sustaining bridges (Jingkieng Jri) from the roots of the ficus elastica species of fig tree.

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