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True believers may be riveted by this earnest salute to the sun, but for others this enthusiastic showcase of impressively bendy people stretches the patience at 105 minutes.
This story of modern yoga and its ancient influences is cinema's nearest thing to watching paint dry in years ( ... ) the perfect antidote to Fast & Furious 6. And it's guaranteed to make your eyes water.
An undeniably relaxing sit, though one which also proves meandering on one too many occasions.
The most compelling aspect of an ambling film is lovely archive footage of Krishnamacharya and others performing seemingly impossible manipulations of the human body with a suppleness and ease that are mightily impressive.
There's plenty of stretching, but not much cinema, in this wearying history of yoga.
Your time would be better spent taking a yoga class.
A draining, but detailed documentary, Breath of the Gods presents an insightful look at the origins of Yoga, but its slow narrative and low entertainment value can make it a little difficult to watch.
It lacks narrative momentum but not warm humour or extreme headstands: you won't need telling twice that certain moves are "definitely not for beginners".
An insightful look at a global phenomenon.
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