We are sure that Godfrey Reggio had some great and profound meaning to his film “Koyaanisqatsi” from 1982. Something about the world, life, the future and the futility of, well, anything. Or maybe not.
This is a very special film, essentially wordless, using fast and slow photography and other techniques to create what is essentially a big screen experience of life.
And it looks amazing. Just sit back and let it stun you for 90 minutes.
A special mention goes to the music of Philip Glass, which is simply perfect.
There are two sequels. If you find them on home media, grab them.