Filmed over a four-year period in twenty-five countries across five continents, SAMSARA transports us via stunning Panavision Super 70 cinematography to the varied worlds of sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial complexes, and natural wonders. By dispensing with dialogue and descriptive text, SAMSARA subverts our expectations of a traditional documentary. It encourages our own interpretations, inspired by breathtaking images that infuse the ancient with the modern and set against a mesmerizing musical score featuring the work of Lisa Gerrard, Michael Stearns and Marcello De Francisci.
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This is a totally fantastic movie that was shot in over 20 countries around the world in 70mm film and is visually stunning and shows you the the good the bad and the beautiful things in life it has no talking during the video but instead let's you relax to the music score that was made for this film I watch this every year and it still as impressive as it was the first time a truly must buy experience!
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This is a totally fantastic movie that was shot in over 20 countries around the world in 70mm film and is visually stunning and shows you the the good the bad and the beautiful things in life it has no talking during the video but
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