The comment section is filled with garbage like the following:
I could not stop crying. This is a forever lost experience. This sort of awww does not exist anymore. It will again though...when we finally meet a civilization outside our own world. WE will be the tribesman from the jungle. I think this is the best video I have ever seen on LiveLeak and I thank you for posting it.
What exactly are we lacking where a video like this fills some type of void? First of all, whether this video is real or fake, it's exploitative. It's looking at humans as if they're animals in the zoo. And that's supposed to pull at your heart strings? This idiocy mixed with the gullibility of believing this stupid video really makes us weep for humanity.
Update: William Skyvington sheds some light on the truth and origin of the video:
This charming video is in fact a fake, which has nothing to do with Papua New Guinea. The white man you see in the video is a Belgian moviemaker, Jean-Pierre Dutilleux. The "Papua New Guinea natives" were in fact members of the Toulambi tribe of indigenous Amazonian "Indians" (what a silly word for people in South America). This fake "first encounter" between the natives and a white-skinned visitor was filmed around 1999.