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It is, on its own humble terms, a very good movie, and one that contributes something to the cinematic subgenre of the music documentary.
PTA and his team of camera operators seem constantly in motion, ducking and weaving among the brass-band ringers and dholak players, attempting always to find a visual correlative for the sonic energy of the room.
An immersive portrait of harmonious dialogue between not only East and West, but also man and nature, the past the present.
The style mirrors the vibe of the sessions, where the music is tight but the atmosphere is casual.
An incredible audiovisual experience. [Full review in Spanish]
Paul Thomas Anderson captures the sense of communion and spirit of humility found in music, somehow inviting us to participate in the experiment. Junun is a moving image of peace. [Full Review in Spanish]
As a freeing filmic experiment from one of the most interesting filmmakers working today, it's very much worth the hour-long commitment.
[It] serves as a proper hangout movie where we, the outsider, have been invited to watch its talented players sit around as they strive to create compelling, satisfying art.
This one is just about musicians taking global warming to heart and bonding to make a solid contribution to culture and humanity.
The film is, above all, a home movie of the best kind, celebrating the exuberance and joy in making music. Junun is a love letter to the creative process, and a treat for your ears.
What Anderson has crafted is one of the most beautiful (and beautiful-looking) tributes to artistic collaboration...
Junun treats each piece with the respect it's due: takes are shown from start to finish, and their closing cadences allowed to hang for a moment in the air.
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