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The movie will leave you changed, hopefully for the better, like all good films.
Baraka was shot in the (very expensive) 70mm format, which yields a very high quality picture, especially when transferred to DVD.
Baraka is one of the rare films that really captures the beauty and essence of our worlds many landscapes and cultures.
Just simply beautiful. If you own an HDTV, you owe it to yourself to watch this and Chronos.Published 2 days ago by Six
Beautiful pictures!!!! Some of the content is mind blowing and presented in such a way it really brings in new perspectives. Not your typical video.Published 4 days ago by Dennis
Myself and several of my friends enjoyed this film.
Definitely different than other films I have seen.
Great film. Some choppy flow and could have been pieced together a bit cleaner. If you like this, you'll love Samsara even more. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Giovanny
This movie will amaze you. Just set down in front of your big screen with your big sound and be blown away. The scenes and music are absolutely incredible.Published 14 days ago by Fred
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|Baraka blu-ray vs. remastered blu-ray?||
I have the "8K scan fully restored 70mm source Baraka" on Blu-ray and it works on region A US/Canada, even has the little stamp on the back cover.
The Amazon listing doesn't say it is remastered when it lists search results, but the product is... Read More
Dec 19, 2010 by Anders Blom | See all 4 posts
|For Those Who Own The Cardboard Packaging Version||
Thanks for the info. I emailed them and hope to get a reply :)
Jan 23, 2010 by cone gobbler | See all 2 posts
|What is that sparkling Cathedral near the end of Baraka?!||
Thanks for answering the same question I was very curious about Shipper ! -- Thanks to YOU again !
Mar 17, 2011 by Dusty Roads | See all 5 posts
|Will they ever change to a regular BD case?||
I've read on blu-ray.com that they've switched to a standard case but the one I just received from Amazon (12/30/08) is in the paper case. It appears to be unharmed but I'm transferring it to a proper case anyway.
edit: Nevermind. As soon as I posted this the disc froze up at 1hr5min.... ... Read More
Dec 30, 2008 by Matadore | See all 3 posts
Nope, it is region coded. Movietyme changed their mind after I ordered it. So if you can't trust the information from the sites like Movietyme no more BD from Amazon for me then.
Nov 14, 2008 by Jody Fanning | See all 7 posts
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