Note: Some discussion is in French. Kal Muller describes film footage of Malekula Islanders in the aftermath of a typhoon. Men are weaving new sleeping mats and other daily activities. Villages small, 20 people. Scenes shown of a dual ceremony, marking rise in status (based on wealth, measured in number of pigs killed for feast) for two men. Women dance on side, away from ceremonial ground, with two sticks. Boys' initiation ceremony. Boys behind barrier so can't be seen by women. Men exchange a branch in a dance resembling a relay race. Muller agrees with Lomax that the men seem to be getting back at the women, who have the essential role in the economy (growing yams). Dance ceremony for newly planted yams.