End of the Spear
Native people are turned from a life of violence to a gentler and forgiving nature in this adventure drama. Nate Saint and Christian missionary bring their family to lives and works in the jungles of South America near the Amazon. Nate is a pilot who fascinated by the story he heard of the Waodani, a violent and aggressive tribe living nearby, and with a group of fellow Christians takes it upon himself to teach them the importance of sympathy and forgiveness. However, the leader of the tribe - Mincayani does not trust the white visitors, and believes they may have had something to do with the disappearance of a young girl from his tribe years ago. A meeting between Nate and Mincayani goes horrible. After Nate and his fellow missionaries are savagely murdered by the tribesmen, their wives and children of those men move into the Waodani tribe to teach them about God. When Steve Saint, Nate's son grows up, he returns to take over his father’s position and continue from where his father started.
According to the movie, “End of the Spear,” the viewer can clearly see the different culture in between the western people and the native people (Amazonian), from their language, clothing, living style, and their behavior. In the western, people learn to understand and forgive each other; in contrast, the Waodani tribe is brutal, cold blooded. They will kill the people that look dangerous and offense to them. Overall, this is an amazing story of Truth, Love, and Forgiveness.