“Samsara surrounding and cinematography are flawless. Consumerism“Samsara surrounding and cinematography are flawless. Consumerism

“Samsara is a Sanskrit word that signifies “meandering” or “world”, with the implication of cyclic, roundabout change. It likewise alludes to the hypothesis of resurrection and “cyclicality of all life, matter, presence”, a principal presumption of every Indian religion. Samsara is some of the time alluded to with terms or expressions, for example, transmigration, karmic cycle, rebirth, and “cycle of capricious floating, meandering or ordinary presence”.  (Wikipedia)It’s relevance to the film is filling ancient with the modern. The film gives a non-verbal explanation of what is going around the world. It shows different cultures of people and how they have preserved it from million years. They still follow the beliefs and values as it was done in their ancient times. They have preserved all the important monuments and important messages and they follow those to relax their souls and minds.The excellence and fierceness of our reality, both man-made and regular, on a scale I have never observed. The visual medium utilized superbly. There’s a sleep-inducing, cadenced quality to ‘Samsara’, with repeating components like the time pass, producing a plant, night to day, and the symmetry of huge quantities of individuals moving together. The surrounding and cinematography are flawless. Consumerism runs profoundly through the film, and on occasion, strikes as a little awkward/long winded, however, what will be will be, similar to our reality.It’s confronting to see how hard people work in their lives and what they go through for a single meal for them and their families, it’s also really heartbreaking to see how people have to do things they don’t want to just to live a decent life and this forces me to connect with these people, to understand their lives and their struggles because the message in the film is very powerful. The film portrays life, death, inequality, weapons, human dignity, destruction, war, ancient cultures, futuristic technology, sexuality, religion, prisons, rubbish dumps, metropolises, villages, animal slaughtering, injustice, modern life, poor life, one gentleman turning into a scary guy putting mud on his face.I have been to Philippines and Dubai and I have seen the difference between people living there. There is one part of the city where there are people with no food, nothing to cook, no life, working hard all day and night and still not able to make a decent life. Then there is the other part where people are living in luxury, they are wasting food, throwing away the leftovers, spending money on unimportant things, partying etc. After watching the film, it does give me an urge to travel more because I want to learn more and more about other cultures and people. After the film, I realized that there is so much that I don’t know about this world, about other people and culture and also it gives me an urge to go out there and help people, be their shoulder and to understand their pain and try my best to ease it.By watching this film, I can say that we human beings are no different from each other, we all look for happiness and try to avoid suffering but there will always be times when we have to do things that we don’t want. We all follow the beliefs and culture that was left with us by our ancestors. It could be for our family, or friends or even for ourselves. Everyone faces problems in their life, and the main causes of problems are mainly humans anyways e.g. poverty, destruction of nature, hunger etc. We all have to build an understanding nature, we have to step up to help each other and resolve issues that we as human beings are facing. I personally believe that all religions and cultures seek for the same goals which are bringing happiness to humanity. There ways and means of showing and doing it might be a lot different but it all comes down to the same conclusion.This film shows how people have preserved their cultures around the world and for them, it’s the most valuable thing in their lives. For them, it won’t be easy to trust other people which makes tourism a big problem. They don’t want other people coming in and destroying their cultural heritage especially people who have no sense of their culture at all. After all, it’s their identity, that’s what they are known for. I would like to give this example: I am a Muslim and as a Muslim I go to the Mosque for prayers, when I enter the Mosque I take off my shoes and enter with naked feet because it’s the House of Allah, I have to make sure it’s clean and just not that, I have to make sure my whole body and clothes are clean but if someone who doesn’t know about it comes and he does that opposite then that will offend me and other Muslims very much. For tourism or entering into other people’s culture and religion it is important to at least have a basic understanding of it and when people start doing that then there won’t be any problem and that’s how tourism can be sustainable.Bibliography: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sa%E1%B9%83s%C4%81ra