The world we live in is such an amazing place, and there are places I will never go to or get to see in person. Seeing these places in the movies might just be the closest I ever get to some of these places, so it's just another reason we can be thankful for the art of filmmaking.
You're about to watch a stunning trailer to an insanely beautiful looking documentary called Samsara, which explores “the links between humanity and the rest of nature.” It was directed by Ron Fricke (Baraka) who shot the entire film using epic 70mm photography. This looks like an incredible film, and I'm excited about seeing it.
Here's the Synospis:
Prepare yourself for an unparalleled sensory experience. Samsara reunites filmmakers Ron Fricke and Mark Magidson, whose award-winning films Baraka and Chronos brought a new visual and musical artistry to theaters. Dispensing with dialogue and descriptive text, »
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