Enso, A Brian Parker Film, Tokyo, Japan

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Here is the latest from Brian Parker Film, “Enso,” the second film in the Tokyo Trilogy project.

Parker writes:

The term Ensō originates from the Zen Buddhist concept of a moment when the mind is free to let the body create. It symbolizes enlightenment, strength, elegance, and the universe. This is a documentary about life in Tokyo…a visual poem inspired by life-study films such as “Koyaanisqatsi”, “Baraka”, and “Samsara” and the main character is the city of Tokyo itself.

Distilled from hours and hours of footage, I wanted to convey the cyclical energy, life, and human aspects of one of the world’s greatest cities. The original score was composed by Thomas Tissot. Thanks for watching!

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