Ron Fricke

Baraka presents highly skillful photographed scenes of people, places and things from around the world.

From the craziness of our biggest cities to desolate wilderness, this non-narrative documentary takes us around the globe to observe the diversity of both natural and technological realms.

Detouring into former concentration camps, the production doesn’t shy away from the dark side of humanity, and ultimately shows how much of the world is interconnected by both the tragedy and the vibrancy of life.

Using footage shot from 25 countries around the world similar to director Ron Fricke’s other movie Samsara, Baraka brings together the stunning photography to present what Fricke calls “a guided meditation on humanity.”

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  1. This film changed my mind to much more sensitivity and a more open heart to the wide range of how different people express being alive. It may be depressing to some, or even ‘actionlessly’ boring, but to me it spoke deep into my psyche. It brings one into looking at one’s assumptions and opinions. Very subtle indeed. It must open ones’ heart.

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