Short Cut to Nirvana: Kumbh Mela (2004)
Critic Consensus: Short on depth but amazingly insightful, this glimpse into one of the world's largest spritual gatherings is worth viewing for the eye-opening experience alone.
This documentary explores the spiritual journey of pilgrims who converge to bathe in the sacred waters of the Ganges to purify their sins during the Hindu festival of Kumbh Mela.
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Critic Reviews for Short Cut to Nirvana: Kumbh Mela
Unless you're utterly fascinated by the minutiae of Hinduism, you may find yourself wishing for more story to this story -- and this film does not oblige.
Too scattershot to make a real point about the true nature of a spiritual path.
A documentary chronicle of the 2001 Kumbh Mela, a sort of spiritual Woodstock held every 12 years near Allahabad, India.
Mostly, Benazzo and Day leave us alone to take in the extraordinary sights and sounds.
While this documentary about a religious pilgrimage in India feels haphazard and superficial, the glimpses it offers are never less than fascinating.
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