"Struggling with the conflicts of assimilation in the shadow of the holocaust…History, is invoked."
- Beth Coleman, THE VILLAGE VOICE
". . .Bogawa's peculiar temperament, one of the most totally Southern Californian sensibilities on film, is like a mixture of Chris Marker, Robert Towne, and James Benning. . ."
- Daryl Chin, Image Forum
"In Some Divine Wind (1991), Roddy Bogawa explores the effect of war on
generations once or twice removed from its horrors."
- Cineprobe Series, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)