Saturday Matinee: Samsara

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Filmed over nearly five years in twenty-five countries on five
continents, and shot on seventy-millimetre film, Samsara (2011) transports us
to the varied worlds of sacred grounds, disaster zones, industrial
complexes, and natural wonders.

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One Response to Saturday Matinee: Samsara

  1. Heather Awen says:

    https://heatherawen.wordpress.com/2016/01/17/lyme-disease-as-warfare-mcs-saving-humans
    Yo! Hey I have a link to your blog here as well as a link to a blog I think you would want to include for your news sources . You might want to find an article about how Lyme disease has been made worse by the US government seeking to do a medical warfare by using insects to infect populations as well . And as always , love the fun media stuff as much as the news , and I’m really happy when I see posts about solutions like the one today about anarchy although I would argue that this technological society will be gone very soon when the fuel is gone . And that indigenous restorative justice would be a much easier way to resolve all disputes because every single member of the community has to agree . It’s been working on some reservations in Canada. Anyway , have you mentioned anarchy comic books and the Tin Tin comic book where he is an anarchist ? Those were both great pop culture things . I can’t believe how many movies you find! Thanks for being my favorite new source .

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