Originally posted by FMFNope, but by the sounds of it, you and your kids would enjoy Baraka immensely.
I have just seen a feature length (musical) documentary film called Heima. It's about the 2006 national tour (including tiny village halls and completely acoustic shows on hillsides!) by homecoming Icelandic post-rock band Sigur Ros - returning from touring the world. It's is a really quite stunning piece of film making. I was very struck by it, as were my young ...[text shortened]... ped, plunged, soared. The whole things was unusually captivating. Has anybody else seen this?
Originally posted by RagnorakOooh, the whole film is on youtube! http://youtube.com/watch?v=dtiqrzmuWbw
Seems you're right.
Superb imagery and music.
Originally posted by NordlysTweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum are right. You need to watch it on a decent set-up. NOT youtube.
Oooh, the whole film is on youtube! http://youtube.com/watch?v=dtiqrzmuWbw
Great, I have been wanting to watch it for a long time.
Originally posted by darvlayFat chance that they are going to show it here... Youtube is good to decide whether it's worth buying. Of course watching it on the computer still won't be great, but it can't be helped.
I have to agree. Baraka is not meant to be watched on youtube. Go see it in a theatre.