Samsara

By anandnadh
Written October 28, 2012
The director has shown his audience a cosmic picture of existence. A man of visions and enlightenment. The picture is taken with utmost care and intricacy. Has subtler dimensions to it for those who are able to perceive. A beautiful meditation indeed with the eyes open. In fact an eye opener too. Kudos to the team.
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A MUST FOR ANYONE WHO LOVES THE VISUAL; NOT ONE WORD IS SPOKEN BUT IT IS A GLORIOUS CREATION; ONE YOU WILL NEVER FORGET! THE WORLD VIEWED THROUGH THE EYES OF MASTER FILMMAKERS!

By Peneflix
Written September 12, 2012
It is daunting to choose a resonating scene, they are all meaningful, mesmerizing, memory-binding; but seeing the "inmates" performing in perfect harmony; a pristine Frenchman transform himself from mundane to monster; a single tear descending the luminous cheek of an Asian angel; vast, cinematic landscapes referencing God's and man's omnipotence, magnificence; leaving one with a sense of peace, grace, wonder and awe that filmmakers, taking seven years, have produced a tour de force; unquestionable eminence, destined to reign permanently, in the hierarchy of film masterpieces... FIVE STARS!!!!! For full review please visit peneflix (dot) com!!!
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MUST SEE!!!

By baritenor
Written October 06, 2012
This is the very definition of fine cinema. I don't think anyone going to this film would know what to expect going in, but let me tell you: BRILLIANCE. It's an odd exploration of the wheel of fates - the cycle of life... extremely beautiful and painfully real all in one. The cinema-goer leaves having experienced EVERY emotion humanly possible. POWERFUL.
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Images

By hanging rock
Written September 02, 2012
Just enjoy the images you see and don't think...it's art using real footage rather than a documentary.
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Art in motion

By h311rasor
Written September 29, 2012
this being the second film from the director is incredible. the first film Bakara was inspiring and flowed well this one flowed a little less well, but is in no way distracting from the beauty and wonder that is our planet and our lives on this planet. a true wonder and worth every cent spent to see it on a big screen.
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