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Manakamana gives patient and thoughtful viewers a lyrical, quiet, hypnotic, and inviting open reading of seemingly mundane trips amid the Nepalese mountains.
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Manakamana Wavelengths Directors: Stephanie Spray and Pacho Velez The latest from the Sensory Ethnography Laboratory at Harvard is less sensory and less ethnographic than its recent Leviathan. Rather, this collection of static long takes that ride cable to and from the Nepalese, mountaintop Hindu temple that gives the film its name plays out as a […]