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on 7 March 2014
Having seen excerpts of this film, I wanted to see it.

BUT be aware this is a purely B&W print.. all the extracts I had seen were tinted in parts.. (Mostly blue, surprisingly) and I found the lack of that tint disappointing and detracted from the atmosphere i'd picked up on...
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This is a story of love and trust and mistrust written by Leni Riefenstahl. You see the results of exploitation. The situation can be related to today.

When the moon is full at night one can see a mysterious blue light coming from the mountains. For some reason this holds fascination for the young men of the town and if they are not watched carefully they will pursue the light. No matter how skilled they are they are destined to fall to their doom in this pursuit.

There is an outcast girl Junta (Leni Riefenstahl) who knows the secret of the blue light. She is followed to its source and you will nave to watch to film to find out what happens.
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