Koyaanisqatsi is a Hopi Indian word that if translated means life out of balance, and this is the theme of the film. At the beginning of the film we see landscapes: mountains, valleys, waterfalls and so on., Gradually begin to show more frequent images of human intervention and technology, there are large cities, machinery, industry, reflects the world market, as man has these routines work in order to sustain consumption.
It looks like the man changes radically these landscapes, fauna, flora and even the weather, breaking the balance of nature to live surrounded by ruido.La man's happiness is not complete, because by exterminating the natural habitat, also destroys itself, an issue that can not understand. The movements of the earth, as are earthquakes, tidal waves, tsunamis, among others are a wake-up call, nature can not cry and say "You're destroying." Nature has made movements over time have increased in frequency and duration. But the culprit is not Mother Nature, who clings to destroy, no, the culprit is the man that urge to make life easier and more amenities that go beyond what is really essential.
There is hunger. There is poverty and misery. No one is ignorant, but not so long ago. It's not fair that there are people in the world in his life do not know what is eating well, it is possible for people who do not know what it is to have a roof shelter. No one helps his neighbor because he is busy seeing new article came out in the market to go buy it, increase its already large fortune or busy winning a war, a war that just causes more destruction, more hunger, more poverty. What then is the objective of the war? The answer, to gain more territory, it becomes man's desire to give value for what you have, by their possessions, feeling powerful because it controls more than others.
In my opinion having an ecological consciousness is a form of close to balance, clearly not be achieved because there is irreversible damage and a way of life...