Presentation of a typical day for Juan Eduardo Nuñuz, a Cuban refugee who leads Afro-Caribbean Santería services in a backyard garden shed in a subdivision near Atlantic City, New Jersey. This neopagan religious cult deals in spirit possession, animal sacrifice, mythic storytelling and physical healing. Juan Eduardo's wife, a Pentacostal, claims that her husband is an instrument of Satan. Presented without outside commentary.
Narrator, Juan Eduardo Núñez.
Music, John Amira.
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the James A. Crawford Memorial Fund.