"Amazonie: les indiens wayanas" is the third of three documentaries featuring French filmmaker Charles Herve-Gruyer and a group of young French students sailing the Atlantic in search of the Wayanas Indians. After months of grueling sailing aboard the ship "Fleur de Lampaul.", the troupe finally arrive in the jungle of the French Guiana. This time the camera focuses on two of the students, brothers, as they live and learn the life of the Wayanas in the Amazon jungle. For one month they will eat, sleep, bathe, and hunt as the tribe has been doing for centuries. Comparable to "Western Lights", this French documentary shows that students can learn a lot more about life outside the classroom, than in it! "Amazonie: les indiens wayanas" is a voyage of personal discovery for the two brothers and their new friends. This is an adventure they'll never forget, and one they hate to leave.