Toggle navigation Menu. Baraka It's a bad habit to compare one film to another and count that as a review, but oh, how hard it is to talk about Baraka without constantly checking it against Koyaanisqatsi. The two films, released in and , respectively, are doing a lot of the same things, and in a couple of cases doing the same thing in the same way. They also share a primary creative mind in Ron Fricke, who helped write and edit Koyaanisqatsi and was the lead cinematographer, before taking all his accumulated wisdom in hand to do all the same things in Baraka , in addition to directing.
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William J. Amiri Baraka is one of the most invisible of visible poets. They see what they want or need to see. Interference from beyond the text—social or ideological static—too often gets in the way.