Baraka (1992) ($3)

Featuring no conventional narrative, this film presents footage of people, places and things from around the world. From chaotic cities to barren wilderness, the movie takes viewers around the globe to witness a variety of spectacles in 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.

Created by Ron Fricke and Mark Magisdson, it is, perhaps, the definer of the small but wonderful genre of "Non-Verbal Film."

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