Himalaya, Where the Wind Dwells


Choe leaves Korea's civilised world and goes to Nepal. Still wearing his suit and urban shoes, he follows the lead of his guide, who is showing him the way to a seemingly endless journey, but eventually they arrive in an isolated village where he stays at a family's place, completely isolated from the outer world and even in a communicational sense as the only person who can really communicate with him is a little boy with his broken English.

Short Review:

Long scenes without music, just scenery shots, beautifully shot moments...simple yet so strikingly deep.
I enjoyed this film very much, indeed, albeit some scenes seemed a bit draggy, yet it was still worth watching the silence and the beauty of nature that is so eminent in spite of the silence, but it's as if this film was talking even without one word being pronounced. Beautiful.

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