Dir. Godfrey Reggio. 2002, 89 mins, 35mm. In 2002, when Reggio decided to return to the concerns of his art-house 1980s hits of Koyaanisqatsi and Powaqqatsi and complete his “Qatsi Trilogy,” reality had decisively changed. The transition from an analog to a digital world is the main theme of Naqoyqatsi, which, unlike the earlier films, features technologically manipulated and mediated images. Everything is artificial now, but as depicted by Reggio, our universe is no less exhilarating for it.
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