1080p BDRip | MKV (AVC) @ 7444 Kbps, 24 fps | 1920 X 876 | 01:37:48 | 6.24 GB
Audio: English DTS 5.1 @ 1510 Kbps (CBR), 48.0 KHz | Subtitle: English
Genre: Documentary, War
Baraka features no special effects, no make-up, no trickery. It is the world, that which can be seen out the window and far beyond, stretching to limits that seem impossibly large but continue to shrink with time, with technology, with films like Baraka. Baraka simply is. It is life. It is nature. It is joy. It is sadness. It is you. It is me. It is whatever the imagination believes it to be. Indeed, it is the world, an ever-changing canvas upon which is painted scenes of great pleasure and utmost pain, of the most striking beauty and the most vile ugliness, and of the natural and the manmade. The film, like any fine work of art, takes on a differing meaning for each viewer as it has assigned to it personal interpretations of the presentation of its imagery, its unspoken narrative, and its scale and scope. Nevertheless, there is one universal truth assigned to Baraka, and that is the film's striking reproduction of its subjects, through them creating visuals that take the breath away and leave audiences believing that, for 90 minutes, they were the world's foremost adventurers, philosophers, historians, or naturalists. This amazing and visionary look at the world arrives on Blu-ray with a picture so pure, so deep, so natural that it seems to have been made with the format in mind.