[namasˈteː]

When the outside is shut down, the focus turns inwards again.
Of all things, the pandemic makes possible what travellers around the world are looking for: to immerse themselves deeply in a foreign country. World travellers Anna Baranowski and Michael Moritz tell of travelling in times of pandemic, where community is more important than ultimate self-fulfilment.
A touching discovery tour in the Himalayas, where a small village suddenly means the world - and the stirring report about what can happen when you allow yourself to accept the unchangeable.

the film

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Namaste Himalaya
by Anna Baranowski & Michael Moritz

about us

Filmmakers. Authors. Travellers.
We, that's Anna and Michael, two modern nomads on a journey around the world, who collected hundreds of hours of footage and countless pages in the diary during the pandemic in Nepal, to share with you today...