An old proverb says, “Man is what he eats.” However, when you see the way that the food we eat every day is actually coming to our tables, you will ask what we essentially eat.
The short clip from the 2011 documentary film “Samsara” by Ron Fricke, director of the multiple award-winning film “Baraka”, will show you exactly what every animal passes through until it ends up as food.
Samsara is otherwise a Hindu philosophical term that refers to a perpetual stream of births and deaths, and rebirth in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism and other traditions, as a result of human deeds, and the goal is to get rid of the vicious circle.
This term has served for the director as a starting point and “elusive current of interconnection that runs through our lives.” The film was shot for almost five years in 25 countries around the world – from Brazil to France, Myanmar, China, to as far as Japan. It will not impress you with replicas since the film was shot without words, but in wonder (or shock) will leave you the amazing scenes of disasters, industrialization, spiritualism, religion, nature…
It is not a standard documentary or travelogue, but the director wanted with the perfect graphics complemented by a corresponding music to connect the ancient with the modern.
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