A journey with Jonny Greenwood on a trip to Rajasthan where Greenwood and the director are hosted by the Maharaja of Jodhpur is documented. Their final destination, the 15th-century Mehrangarh Fort, presents Greenwood and Israeli composer Shye Ben Tzur as they record an album together.
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Un bon documentaire musical, où donc la musique est au centre du film. Le film semble foutraque, fait sans grands moyens mais ça ne le dessert pas. Le sujet, simplement le bonheur de jouer de la musique ensemble, permet de dépasser les questions formelles, et les plans bancals où le cadreur porte son pied deviennent charmants.
JUNUN is a gift; a round chest of gems, deep in color and texture.
Something from the spiritual side of sincere,
butterfly netting at its most innocent::
Instagram framing of Baraka reverence. Recording sequences embracing the energy of the moment and the whole. Void of any sensationalism, despite perhaps a bird-feeding drone sequence so deliciously carnal every Game of Thrones fan will experience a state of grace.
JUNUN is a stunning exploration into music, without all the crap.
Remember Baraka, how it wanted to be deep & shit & people who used the word “Universe” in a sentence told you it was amazing. Well it wasnt. It was ok, but felt like a screen saver.
JUNUN does to me what the universe hippies said Baraka did to them. It makes me feel alive.
It could be better shot, but that is kinda the appeal of this piece of gold.
Overwhelms the senses in the most exhilarating way. While I found all of the music enchanting, I was especially fond of the evening session when Chugge Khan incorporated the morsing/mouth harp. I can't wait to get my hands on the stand alone soundtrack.