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Criterion Acquires TVOD Rights To Oscar-Nominated ‘All That Breathes,’ Documentary Called “Breathtaking” By Hollywood’s Elite

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Riz Ahmed, Dev Patel, Judd Apatow, Mira Nair, and Mark Duplass are among the many admirers of the Oscar-nominated documentary All That Breathes, directed by Shaunak Sen.

Now you can add the people at Criterion to the movie’s legion of fans. The film about brothers in Delhi, India who rescue injured birds of prey, especially the black kite, will be added to Criterion’s library, according to an announcement from Sideshow and Submarine Deluxe. “[Criterion] has acquired TVOD rights and will announce details for a future home video release at a later date,” a release stated, noting that the film will be available for purchase or rental on iTunes, Apple, Amazon, and Vudu.

All That Breathes is currently available for viewing on HBO and HBO Max. “Amid environmental toxicity and social unrest, the ‘kite brothers’ spend day and night caring for the creatures in their makeshift avian basement hospital,” a description of the documentary reads. “The film explores the connection between the kites and the Muslim brothers who help them return to the skies, offering a mesmerizing chronicle of inter-species coexistence.” “It’s so powerful and it’s shot so beautifully,” Apatow observes in a YouTube video featuring some of the entertainment industry’s most prominent creatives. “When you first start watching it, it almost feels scripted because the shots are not composed the way a lot of shots are composed in documentaries.” To cite but one example, a brief shot in the film starts on a discarded item in field – a plastic carryall that cradles a pool of rainwater.

Then on the water’s surface the shadow of an airliner passes through. “It is so breathtaking,” Patel says of All That Breathes. “It is poetry.

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