Excellent documentary that captures the spirit of Voodoo
A deep and simple,realistic cultural inference that explains the nature of Voodoo and what it means to Black African people.Nice photographic work and music as well.
The film explains that this culture,is neither evil nor good but it utilizes forces of nature or some deities African people believe in to perform important tasks that contribute to a community's stability and justice.It's up to the Voodoo priests whether it will be employed for benign or evil aims.
However,it is also mentioned that there is a minority of Voodoo experts that are paid to kill people irrespective of justice or not and evidence is shown that such individuals can even kill from a distance or just by uttering words.
All in all , a thrilling and captivating film.
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