I've just written a review of the film Aluna that Tikkun Magazine published today. The message of the film is much deeper than to merely warn us about ecocide. The Kogi invite us into a radically different way of seeing ourselves and the world -- the reinvestment of nature with agency, intelligence, sacredness, and beingness. Without this change, we will not deviate from our world-destroying trajectory. This essay goes deep into issues of colonialism, the exoticized other, cognitive imperialism, and so on... I hope you don't find it over-intellectual. The key to understanding this film: it is NOT a documentary.