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Fun with movies, part 34

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all from the one film. somewhat more obscure than my last entry, although still far from the rarest film I have.
6th Sep 2007, 14:51   | tags:

Alfie says:

an unforgettable movie, Baraka!

edit - at last I got one!!! Hurrah!

6th Sep 2007, 15:41

mat says:

huzzah!

Mark Wossname did another film to go with Baraka, although I can't remember what that was called. They're both incredible bits of film.

6th Sep 2007, 15:42

Alfie says:

:D (very happy now).

Mark who now? The thing about Baraka is that you really need to be in the right mood, it's so well shot that you can get lost in it.

6th Sep 2007, 15:45

mat says:

I meant Ron Fricke, and the other film is Samsara, due for release next year. Can't remember on which show I saw footage from it, but it looks great.

6th Sep 2007, 16:10

Alfie says:

cool, and damn IMDB for making you sign up to read messages.

Any idea on my movie post? :)

6th Sep 2007, 17:13

taniwha says:

Did Phillip Glass do the soundtrack on that one?

6th Sep 2007, 20:11

seaneeboy says:

I'm sure the top two are used by Sky to advertise HD...

7th Sep 2007, 09:56

afternoon says:

Ron Fricke was cinematographer on Koyaanisqatsi et al as well.

7th Sep 2007, 13:27

afternoon says:

Taniwha: Yep.

7th Sep 2007, 13:29

mat says:

It was Michael Stearns who did the music, according to the internet. IMDB doesn't have an answer, but a search for 'baraka soundtrack' doesn't show Mr Glass anywhere..

7th Sep 2007, 13:57

dookerdoo says:

i love the balinese kecak monkey dance thing. so do the balinese. weird that it was invented in the 30s by some german guy as a tourist attraction!

24th Sep 2007, 17:12