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    Into the blue

    A filmed diary of a traveler-filmmaker who tramps on his own through Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, sculpturing images of his own loneliness and his personal sensation of freedom.

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    Into the blue

    Directed by Pere Herms 2009 63 min
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    A filmed diary of a traveler-filmmaker who tramps on his own through Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, sculpturing images of his own loneliness and his personal sensation of freedom. In an essay-like composition the film rotates on two axes - Mankind and Nature and the relationship between them. "Into the Blue" is an intimate and reflective film; a poem to nature and life devoid of artificiality, and at the same time a portrait of the excluded and abandoned part of humanity living at the margins.
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    Into the blue

    A filmed diary of a traveler-filmmaker who tramps on his own through Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, sculpturing images of his own loneliness and his personal sensation of freedom. In an essay-like composition the film rotates on two axes - Mankind and Nature and the relationship between them. "Into the Blue" is an intimate and reflective film; a poem to nature and life devoid of artificiality, and at the same time a portrait of the excluded and abandoned part of humanity living at the margins.

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