Young nobleman Baron Sergio Giuramondo, after discovering that his bride-to-be was the king's mistress, leaves Naples in disgust to become a monk. But his quest for perfect solitude is ... See full summary »
Stefan finds that he can no longer tolerate the arrangement of his cheating wife ... he, the husband, gets her during the week and her lover gets her on the weekends. At the same time the ... See full summary »
Claire (an American) wakes up in a terrible state at the end of a runway in Spain. As she tries to account for her state (blood-soaked and bruised), she has flashbacks from the past few ... See full summary »
MANIKA shows: - reincarnation needs no proof. A proof needs some teacher-pupil knowledge context in the matter. This french film places reincarnation as a fact to be experienced. It is like electricity, climate, etc. It is not a question of belief nor faith. It is like to see a sample of sugar and decide: - is it salt or sugar? Just taste it! So, no need to claim: "I want to believe!", an old flying disc jargon. MANIKA presents the fact as it happens, i.e., as a sample of various scenarios of multi-body experience (all of us is a part of one, make no mistake!). We seem to be strongly conditioned into the binary outmatching condition about the body we use: - we were zero before birth, we are one during life, we will be zero after body death, even when we see the sky at night! It is part of the game we play, knowing or not. Even after Copernicus, we seem to see the sun running around us. Almost everything surrounding us flash the contrary, is circle-like. Why not the body we drive? Get the experience, see MANIKA. Another film that help us to approach the truth MANIKA shows is "Beyond And Back",1978. But please, buddy, let me drink my beer in peace!
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?