Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
Ogum is one of the deities of Brazil's many voodoo-related folk religions. This story is narrated by an ubiquitous folk singer and tells of a young boy whose mother arranges for him to have an amulet bearing Ogum's blessings which would make him immune to gunfire. The amulet apparently works, for the boy becomes a member of a mobster's hit-team and then joins with a group of people who resist his original employers. He is betrayed by a woman who, ironically, possesses a similar amulet of her own.
bad-guy-vs-bad-guy, betrayal, gangster, religion, songwriter, supernatural-powers, voodoo