I recently had the chance to take part in a roundtable interview with the directors of Birds of Passage, Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra. The film tells the story of a clan of indigenous people in Columbia who become involved with the drug trade, bringing ruin to their traditional values. Q: You’re telling a story… [Read More]
Birds of Passage tells the story of the origins of the Colombian drug trade in ways that have not been explored before. Seen through eyes of an indigenous Wayuu family that becomes involved in the growing industry of selling drugs to American youth, Passage speaks of a world of honor, power and greed. However, as the… [Read More]
This conflict about reality is essentially a spiritual and metaphysical question. Even within Western thought there often arise conflicts between science and religion—even between different scientific views and different religious views.