意大利摄影大师Franco Rubartelli移居南美国家委内瑞拉后在本地拍摄的一部影片，讲述一个普通的雅诺玛米族小男孩与白人修女之间的真挚友情，摄影极其优美，对委内瑞拉雨林中各种动植物、自然环境和印第安原住民的生活有全面的展示，是一部经典的南美自然主义电影。片名“Ya Koo”是雅诺玛米语。
This is movie is a trademark of Rubartelli's work. It photography ...展开is amazingly beautiful and portraits accurately the mystery of the rain forest that cover one third of Venezuela. It portraits the life of a small Yanomami kid and how he changes when he meets the white man (in this case, woman as performed by Flor Nunez). It delivers all the magic of a virgin culture.
The most appealing feature of the film is the masterful photography in the lens of Rubartelli and the performance of Nunez and the little Yanimami kid.
If you love films that are just natural , not commercial and not main-frame, please, don't miss this jewel. It is just precious.
Born in Florence in 1937, Franco Rubartelli sprung into international prominence as a fashion photographer beginning with his 1965 editorials for Linea Italiana, and French, English, and Italian Vogue, the most famous of which featured the German model Vera Gottliebe von Lehndorff, aka Veruschka, with whom he began working in 1963, first in Italy, then New York, then back to Italy in 1967, where they lived together in a penthouse in Rome, and produced numerous features for Vogue and the other Condé Nast magazines over the next three years. During the 70's he moved to Caracas where he continues working as a director, helping to renew Venezuelan cinema, of which he is considered one of the founding fathers. In 1978 he made the feature film Simplicio, set on the island of Margarita, and in 1985 Yakoo, interpreted by the Venezuelan actress Flor Nunez. He also works in the fields of advertising and television as the owner of producciones Franco Rubartelli.