The film Gunda can be seen as a critique of the human view of animals. By rising above nature, above that which is different, man has lost the ability to see what is in it, the many forms of existence that do not resemble our own. The way we look determines the way we act: If we change our views, we change our actions. It is therefore not surprising that sight is precisely the theme of How Gunda sees the world.
Gunda is a distinctly visual film. The film lacks a clear narrative, and it lacks language.
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