The Jamaican Cinematograph Authority on Tuesday passed Brokeback Mountain, permitting the gay-cowboy romance to be shown in two theaters in a country where homosexuality is outlawed. In an interview with Britain's Guardian newspaper, Major Neil Lewis of the Family Life Ministries, one of numerous religious groups that had sought to have the film banned in the country, said that he was "distressed" by the watchdog's action. "We are allowing Hollywood to swamp us with the wrong things. It is dragging us down into the maelstrom of immorality," he said.