Samsara is a nonverbal film described by the makers as a "guided meditation". The film uses very high quality images, scenes of nature and mankind to stimulate the viewer. The film contains no plot or actors, although there are several performers in the film.
Samsara is Ron Fricke's 2011 follow-up to Baraka.
Samsara has the same exquisite picture quality, emotion evoking landscapes and people, timelapse sequences, fast paced editing, and emotional music.
Samsara is more about people than Baraka. It is less spiritual than Baraka. It is more urban than Baraka. If you like Baraka, you will probably like Samsara.
Samsara is a beautiful, guided meditation of the people of the world.