5 years, 25 countries, 100 filming locations: from the director and cinematographer of Baraka (1992) Ron Fricke, a visually stunning non verbal movie that will open your eyes on the beauty of the world.
Samsara: travelling without moving
It will be completely devoid of dialogue and text, but you can be sure you won’t be bored: first film in nearly twenty years by director Ron Fricke, Samsara was shot over a period of 5 years entirely on 70mm film, featuring 5 countries and 100 film locations.
Fricke, who previuously directed Baraka (1992), is now releasing in U.S. on August 24th Samsara, a Sanskrit word that means the “ever turning wheel of life”, the starting point to basically recount lives around the world without using words.
Visually stunning, the movie is a continuous sequence of images, as you can see from the HD trailer that you have to watch full-screen. The power of the images speak itself with no need of explanation or description.
A relieving and revealing work of art in a world of blogs and Social Media where, sometimes, we overspeak/overwrite way too much.
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