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People Of The Wind (1976)
Starring: James Mason
Director: Anthony Howarth
Category: Special Interest, Documentary
Studio: Image Ent.
110 mins



"Engrossing.Stunning.Every step of the journey is a fascinating glimpse into another world.Spectacularly beautiful!"-Judy Stone, San Francisco Chronicle

There are two hundred miles of raging rivers and impassable mountains to cross, and there are no towns, roads or bridges.There is no turning back.

The Bakhtiari migration is one of the most hazardous tests of human endurance known to mankind.Every year, 50,000 men, women and children, along with one million animals, struggle for eight grueling weeks to scale the massive Zagros Mountains, a range as high as the Alps and as broad as Switzerland, to reach their summer pastures.

The film's astonishing widescreen photography and brilliantly recorded soundtrack take the viewer out onto the dangerous precipices of the Zardeh Kuh mountain and into the icy waters of the Cholbar River.People Of The Wind is an amazing, breathtaking film of the most unbelievable migration on Earth.