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The beauty and excitement of Masai: The Rain Warriors comes partly from our sense that we're intimately entering a whole, rich new world whose people and customs were previously foreign to us.
The earnest minimalism of Masai makes it an unusual moviegoing experience.
A mythic quest ought to be more than pretty. It ought to stir ancient memories.
Set in the highlands of Kenya, a timeless place untouched by modernity, Masai: The Rain Warriors, is the debut fictional film of Pascal Plisson, a devoted nature documentarian.
A story of initiation, friendship, teamwork and sacrifice set on the vast ochre savannah of Kenya, Masai: The Rain Warriors builds slowly -- very slowly -- to a powerful and touching finale.
I quite enjoyed this "Lord of the Rings" style Masai adventure tale. It's in spoken Masai, subtitled in English. Authentic and warm.
Good-hearted but dull and a slave to its director's outsider-looking-in bias.
Cheesy pseudo-documentary about the Masai. It's a fictional story operating under the pretense of being informative, and neither seem to work. Engaging only on the most basic levels.
I'm a total nerd for reviewing things I saw in a non-film class, but so be it.
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