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All That Breathes

All That Breathes

2022
Documentary
1h 37m
The darkening backdrop of Delhi's apocalyptic air and escalating violence, two brothers devote their lives to protect one casualty of the turbulent times: the bird known as the Black Kite.
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All That Breathes

2022
Documentary
1h 37m
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Rated 13 Feb 2023
84
84th
The ending felt tenuous, incomplete, but the film stuck with me for days. Beautiful shots and refreshingly implicit.
Rated 21 Feb 2023
82
76th
Beautiful cinematography and sympathetic subjects. Nice.
Rated 08 Mar 2023
76
71st
Delicate and meditative, beautifully shot, achingly tactile.
Rated 08 Mar 2023
9
94th
"All That Breathes" is a poignant and thought-provoking documentary that highlights the importance of caring for all living creatures, no matter how small. The film's stunning visuals, powerful message, and touching story make it a must-watch for anyone interested in environmentalism, animal welfare, or human compassion. While it may not be a perfect documentary, its heart and sincerity make it a truly unforgettable viewing experience.
Rated 11 Mar 2023
78
56th
A climate change doco Malickian style - wanders a little too much at times, and seems somewhat uncertain in what its final message should be (defeatism or call to action?), but from a crafting perspective, it's a noteworthy achievement, with Sen's camera capturing some spectacular sights and (particularly) sounds - off the bat, being encircled by a troupe of ravenous rats is oppressively disconcerting, but it continually gets the vicious sounds of nature better than any film in recent memory.
Rated 12 Apr 2023
40
57th
Almost too gentle and casual for its own good. A well-meaning look into the simple lives of two brothers while politics and religion continue their path of destruction in the background. Felt like there was more going on beneath the surface than on canvas right in front of me.
Rated 18 Apr 2023
70
29th
I can't quite decide on whether this is a beautiful portrayal of people doing good wherever they can, or if they are just rearranging the deckchairs on the Titanic, but that might well be intentional.
Rated 11 May 2024
7
73rd
Stunning cinematography, showcases all kinds of natural beauty in the city, including a poignant insight into the brothers lives. However it left this viewer feeling despondent, for the future of all of those that breathe.

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