Naqoyqatsi: Life as war
is a documentary film released in 2002; it is the third and final film of the Qatsi trilogy by Godfrey Reggio, scored by Philip Glass. The film focuses on society's transition from a natural environment to a technology-based industrial environment.
The name of the film is a Hopi word meaning "life as war".
Pay attention to the first image that opens the film; it's a painting done in 1563 of The "Little" Tower of Babel, by Pieter Brueghel the Elder with a great significance in the narative sequence of the documentary.
“The law of attraction is this: You don’t attract what you want. You attract what you are.” "Tu no atraes lo que quieres. Tu atraes lo que eres."