Alejandro González Iñárritu on what 'Bardo' has in common with David Bowie

Alejandro González Iñárritu's “Bardo” is the director's most personal film to date

 and probably his most daring, which definitely says something when you tell me about the filmmaker behind “Birdman”

and “The Revenant”. While those films had their logistical and physical challenges

"Bardo" examined Iñárritu with a more intellectual and emotional feel.

“The material in this film is different from any film he's ever done,” he told IndieWire's Filmmaker Toolkit podcast.

“There is no story, there is no structure, there is no plot. Just a mental image of a person

that comes from the last moments of his life and all this dream perception. Carrying that and materializing those images or emotions

What is the emotion we seek to convey, and then what are the technical

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