Documentary • NR • 1983 • 1 hr 26 min
Arresting visuals and a great score. Slightly dated now but some of the filmmaking techniques have had a lasting impact to this day. 7/10
It really deserves all the accolades. I can appreciate it’s not for everyone, but if you allow yourself to get immersed, it’s a facemelter.
A powerful meditation on life out of balance with nature, starring Phillip Glass and Planet Earth. Unforgettable.
I wouldn’t recommend this movie to everyone, but if you can handle experimental cinema, this is a treat.
One of my favorite movies ever. Every time I watch it, I have to seriously rethink everything I think I know about life.
Probably the Best and Most unique Movie ever made
Amazing film! incredible cinematography, editing and score. Leaves you thinking about the destructive nature human beings have
Hypnotic and moving, telling a story purely through image and sound.
If you can handle the pretentious artistry, there's still a very important message being shouted: Earth is fucked.
You need this movie in your life and your brain,so just watch it.
Takes us to locations all around the US and shows us the heavy toll that modern technology is having on humans and the earth. The visual tone poem contains neither dialogue nor a vocalized narration: its tone is set by the juxtaposition of images and the exceptional music by Philip Glass.
An exploration of technologically developing nations and the effect the transition to Western-style modernization has had on them.
A visual montage portrait of our contemporary world dominated by globalized technology and violence.