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Watch: Godfrey Reggio Describes the 'Speechless Narrative' of 'Visitors' on 'The Colbert Report'

Photo of Alison Willmore By Alison Willmore | Indiewire February 13, 2014 at 2:52PM

"Visitors," experimental documentarian Godfrey Reggio's first film in over a decade, is currently in theaters, and last night the filmmaker showed up on, of all wonderfully unexpected places, "The Colbert Report."
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"Visitors," experimental documentarian Godfrey Reggio's first film in over a decade, is currently in theaters, and last night the filmmaker showed up on, of all wonderfully unexpected places, "The Colbert Report." Reggio explains to Stephen Colbert that "Visitors" is "in the same tradition" as his "Qatsi" trilogy "in that it's a speechless narrative... it's like watching a painting." "Like in Harry Potter!" Colbert suggests. A few jokes aside, the brief interview actually features Colbert in one of his more sincere moments while in persona. Take a look below.


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