Documentary • NR • 1992 • 1 hr 37 min
IMAX cinematographers shooting the most beautiful locations & temples on Earth followed by the dark destruction modern living has caused it
You feel in touch with the natural world around you against the pain and degradation we have brought on the world.
This is a absolute stunning production of a collection of photographed scenes of human life and religion if you only see it once do so 🌠
Visualy interesting and meditative. But, if you are not well rested you might fall asleep easily.
The most beautiful documentary ever, no cap
a must watch on everyone's list. NOTHING like this. a feat of filmmaking but more importantly, a feat of documentation. how did they do it?
It’s breathtaking if you like this type of stuff - stoners also welcome.
Amazing shots. Somehow engaging with no words. Breathtaking look into human life
Incredibly beautiful footage of life in it's most variant and ubiquos forms.
Very beautiful to look at. No dialogue at all just shots of people around the world and sceanery.
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