I recently re-watched Sergei Parajanov's "The Colour of Pomegranates" and was absolutely mesmerized by the beauty of the film. The visuals were insane, with vivid colors and intricate costumes, and the music of Tigran Mansuryan was the perfect accompaniment. The film follows the life of the multilingual poet Sayat Nova, but it does not tell us what specific person or circumstance we might associate with the themes of love, death, faith and other aspects of human life. Instead, it…
The Color of Pomegranates 1969
O-Bi, O-Ba: The End of Civilization 1985
IMPENDING CASE OF GLOGAL ENVIRONMENTAL COLLAPSE!
this film is a must-watch for anyone concerned about the state of our world.
Paths of the Soul 2015
Zhang gently shows how Buddhist beliefs and practices are woven into every facet of life in a remote village in Tibet. through rain, snow, and blistering heat, tibetan citizens undertaking a 1,200-mile pilgrimage to Lhasa, and the unwavering devotion of the group is truly inspiring.
Eden and After 1970
A group of French students who discover a mysterious drug that allows them to access the deepest parts of their minds, leading them on a journey of self discovery and exploration. Through the vivid imagery and symbolism, it raises important questions about the human experience, such as the role of technology in shaping our understanding of ourselves, the limits of individual freedom, and the dangers of giving into our desires without questioning the consequences.