In which the idea of 'group selection' is demonstrated as false. A comedy sketch illustrating why humans did not evolve genes that were of benefit to their tribes, but instead evolved as individuals.
My budget constrained me somewhat. If I had a proper budget, I would shoot this sketch in the round, with lots of extras grunting in agreement and dissent throughout. It needs to be a big village meeting, with lots of men and women. With just one man the viewer might be confused into thinking that the man at the meeting gets to father all the children if the plan goes ahead.
There are eight parts in all. I hope you like them.
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