Reviewed by sharonmae
on 11/03/2016 08:53

The film tackles the ways  and usual practices of the Kogi tribe in Colombia and viewers get a glimpse of their simple lives yet a life that is deficient in terms of health and medical care, among other things. The narration implies that children continue to perish because of parasites and common ailments, which,when treated properly can be easily addressed.  What makes this film a stand-out is the seemingly disorganized way of shooting it,  with interruptions now and then and voices of the directors heard on the background. It's like an un-cut and unedited version,  with scenes being shot per se.  It adds a kind of unique charm to the film and  makes it queerly appealing, in a way.