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Baraka

Dootzkie Sunday, March 27, 2011
This word of blessing derived from Hebrew and has found it place in islamic and arabic culture as well. Now, it's even used in French sleng. Baraka is one of the highest blessings you can hear someone say to you.

Baraka contains no plot, no storyline, no actor, no dialogues nor any Voice-over. Instead of a story or plot, the film uses themes to present new perspectives and evoke emotion purely through cinema. Baraka is a kaleidoscopic, global compilation of both natural events and by fate, life and activities of man on the planet Earth.

Be sure you watch it in HD, that it's dark so there is no glare on the monitor and that the sound is nearing maximum. A tear will be shed for sure


Enjoy!

22 comments:

psyke said...

I've seen this a while ago. It's plain beautiful

Jay.CA said...

absolutely beautiful cinematography!!!

bookmarked! :D

Mu said...

Beautiful. I at first felt kinda left out being born in america with our modernization, but I caught myself - as I'm sure living in one of these areas I could feel the same envy.

Meghan Moran said...

Stunning film. The new layout looks nice too.

Slamcakes said...

That was great, and the new layout is sick, keep it!

Xuian said...

beautiful song and scenery, thanks for that man, cheers )

Patres said...

Reminds me a bit of Planet Earth by the Discovery Channel, beautiful imagery

Insider33 said...

Great vid, man

Necroticism said...

One of the best films I've ever seen. The cinematography is simply beautiful. It was different to watch a film without dialogue, though.

Lofty said...

What do I care for your suffering? Pain, even agony, is no
more than information before the senses, data fed to the
computer of the mind. The lesson is simple: you have received
the information, now act on it. Take control of the input and
you shall become master of the output.

-- Chairman Sheng-ji Yang,
"Essays on Mind and Matter"

.sorry for the quote, but it felt quite appropriate.

mikkello said...

One of the best films I've ever seen too!

Cory said...

wow, that is very amazing!

not2badreview said...

Never seen anything like this,has he made any more of these videos? If so where can I find some?

blaza1 said...

such an amazing vid :) following and supporting!

Trelin said...

Very nice. I'd definitely like more.

Nate said...

got to experience this exactly how you described it. Positively wonderful, thank you for this :)

Dnoop said...

Amazing film, love the quality

Solomander said...

Breakdown Chinatown. Now I want to climb mountains and shit.

M Osborne said...

I can only say; wow!

psychologypost said...

looks amazing!

Piets said...

Truly amazing!

Sean said...

This is stunning to say the least.

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