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A Mesmerizing Trip Through the Himalayas
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High in the Himalayas is where filmmaker Alessandro Rovere found what he was looking for, a breath of fresh air. Backpacking over peaks stretching from Himachal Pradesh to Kashmir allowed him to strip back layers of complexity and look at things more simply. That idea framed Rovere's film, Alive. Find more from Rovere on his Instagram and Facebook.