In fact, the film was far ahead of its time and, because of its overt criticism of colonialism, the second part was censored in France till 1963. The commentary tells the history of Statues Also Die-the original film, but also asks critical questions, especially about the current status of the artefacts and art objects, and raises the issue of return and restitution. Rather, an expanded field of practice between disciplines-here anthropology, visual anthropology, art, and film-must be explored, and this is the agenda followed in the current Expanded Visions. There is no attempt at a comprehensive survey of films and moving image work which have dealt with the issue of the return of indigenous, first-nation art from Western museums and locations elsewhere. The film thus highlights and problematizes the issue of restitution in an expanded visual format.