The Ancient Woods

The Ancient Woods

Filmed in one of the last remaining patches of old growth forest in Lithuania, The Ancient Woods is a place where the boundaries of time melt and everything that exists does not wither or age but "grows into" eternity. A poetic and atypical nature film takes its viewers on the endless journey - from the forest thickets to the wolves' caves and up to black stork's nest, and then deep into the water to the underwater forest, returning after to the human beings inhabiting the edge of the woodland. There's no commentary, only the rich, almost palpable sounds of the forest and the magical situations captured by the camera.

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Running Time
1 hours 25 minutes
Mindaugas Survila
Germany, Estonia, Lithuania
Other Titles
Sengire, Dans les bois, Pradawny las
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «The Ancient Woods» (413)

Debra avatar

What an incredible joyride! This movie just nailed it for me.

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George Jimenez

Brilliant! This movie is proof that you don't need all the special effects in the world to make an amazing Documentary movie.

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Kimberly Young

Enjoyable story and well acted

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Helen Walsh

If you've got Mindaugas Survila original masterpiece you'll easily be having butterflies in your stomach and zillions of thoughts going through your head. Thanks for this movie Mindaugas Survila.

Kathryn avatar

Great movie. Top of the line.

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Virginia Flores

Love the movie. Worth the time to watch.

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Roy P.

A very good movie! When it comes to end, you want to see more, and more, and more…

Raymond avatar

I have watched this movie 3 times, and each time have liked it more than I did the first time, and even then I still enjoyed it a lot!

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Patricia Watson

Absolute Perfection - Exceeds All Expectations and Blows You Away. Best Film Yet