“Avatar is real” say tribal people « The Enemy God – The Movie

An immersive visual feast? Pantheistic drivel? Box-office champ? No matter what you think of the film, some audiences are relating more strongly because of their own history with those searching for wealth in their homelands. Here’s a post from our film blog.

“Avatar is real” say tribal people « The Enemy God – The Movie


Author: TomK

I'm a husband, father, and adopted child of God. Vocationally, I'm a visual storyteller; that means filmmaker with all its possible variations as the world of visual storytelling grows and changes. I like to tell and pass on stories that help people find the place where their deep satisfaction meets the others' deep needs.

One thought on ““Avatar is real” say tribal people « The Enemy God – The Movie”

  1. I have to admit it was novel entertainment – watching in 3D
    can’t say much for how the story related to me as I was let more enthralled by the images than by the story itself.
    Still it is a marker in filmmaking history, a tickbox filled to indicate when 3D film started it’s ascendancy.
    Hopefully the technology will be leveraged to tell a story well and not just be used for the sake of it.
    b.t.w. “The Enemy God” story has lingered in my mind much longer that Avatar, and I watched them not long after each other.

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