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Spectacular sights, but where are they?

Tibetan monks work on a sand painting in a scene from “Samsara.”
Tibetan monks work on a sand painting in a scene from “Samsara.”
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“Samsara” is as frustrating as it is beautiful, which is saying a lot because this is a film laced with exquisite images. Director and cinematographer Ron Fricke and his producer and co-editor Mark Magidson dragged their cumbersome 65-millimeter cameras to some of the remotest areas of the world, hitting 100 locations in 25 countries over a five-year period. In one instance, they spent four hours hiking in and out of a Native American ruin in ...


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