"Why are people on that side of the river so afraid of the Aghori," Aslan asks an Aghori ascetic, through a translator, as they sit around a fire. Their faces are both covered in the cremated ashes of dead people.
"Should we eat the living?" the Aghori replies. "Shall I show you by eating my own flesh? Then call me an Aghori."
"Why do --"
"I will cut your head off if you keep talking so much!" the guru yells at him, followed by a couple cuts and camera movements that make it feel painfully like an Arrested Development episode.
"I feel like this may have been a mistake," Aslan says to his camera crew. "Maybe just, like, someone distracts him, and I just leave. We can be polite. I can be very polite about it."
"Let's see where it goes," Ben Seklow, his director, replies.