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Bells from the Deep: Faith and Superstition in Russia (Glocken aus der Tiefe - Glaube und Aberglaube in Rußland) (1993)

Bells from the Deep: Faith and Superstition in Russia
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Description: In February 1993, Herzog goes to Siberia to explore the spiritual lives of the Russian people. In a film divided into chapters, we see different forms of shamanism, popular beliefs and superstitions; we listen to a preacher’s words about cosmic energy and to a healer who uses holy water; we attend religious ceremonies in churches and hear the sermon of a young man who says he is the new Jesus. Finally, a timeless, poetic character rings church bells as though they were a musical instrument. The legend of Kitezh is also presented: this city was systematically razed to the ground by the Tartars and the Huns. Its inhabitants aske ... (more)
Tags: Color (1), Documentary (1), Germany (1), Usa (1), 1990s (1), 60 Min. (1)
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