Part one of the Women and Spirituality series, Goddess Remembered is a poetic examination of pre-Christian goddess worship. Traveling from the caves of Paleolithic France to the temples of Malta and Crete, this thought-provoking documentary offers insights into ancient cultures while exploring the contemporary women's spirituality movement. With the help of an archeologist and an art historian, the link between today's environmental crisis and the loss of a goddess-centered society are expertly examined. As they see it, this deterioration of society has meant an increase in territorial conflict, an absence of cooperation, and a disrespect for the earth. A pensive program, Goddess Remembered is an important tribute to an almost-forgotten set of values.
by Cara Saposnik synopsis