La Storia del Cammello che Piange, The story of the weeping camel , MONGOLIA


Published on Mar 12, 2012

Splendida storia della nascita di un cammello bianco, rifiutato dalla madre nonostante i tentativi dei pastori nomadi di aiutarlo. Girato nei meravigliosi e selvaggi scenari della Mongolia, forse dopo aver visto questo video non sarete più gli stessi…. Tradotto da originale caricato da inousch in data 31/dic/2011

Southern Mongolia. And ‘spring in Gobi Desert Gods, a family of nomadic shepherds bred camels. Between April and May the puppies are born, always. Daily life is made of rituals, tasks to be performed with consistency and humility, sandstorms and songs. A family of nomadic shepherds helps give birth to a camel of their herd. Childbirth is very difficult and painful for the mother, who exhausted after two days will put forth a baby albino camel. But after the birth, the mother does not accept that his little so different. Therefore rejects the milk and maternal care. After many efforts, the pastors send their children in the desert, looking for a musician. Finally comes a violinist, and after a few days, the sweet music and caresses by a woman, unable to move and soften the mother of the little camel to tears, so and thus recover the maternal instinct,beginning to nourish and care for her puppy. “The Story of the Weeping Camel ‘” by Luigi Falorni and Byambasuren Davaa, is a documentary film about the loss of love. A simple and extraordinary film that tries to talk to the love of nature. Sometimes, the true stories contain within themselves that spell of enchantment that no fiction can match. There are no special effects, costumes or sophisticated strategies that can compete with the beauty that surrounds us. Just being able to see with the eyes of the heart and rediscover the wonderful simplicity of wonder.

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