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Ben Kingsley ... Narrator (1 episode)
Rina Sircar ... Herself - California Institute of Integral Studies (1 episode)
Lewis Lancaster ... Himself (1 episode)
Jakusho Kwong-roshi ... Himself - Dharma Successor to Suzuki-Roshi (1 episode)
Carla René ... Greek Student (1998) (1 episode)

Series Directed by
Stephen Kopels (1 episode)

Michael D'Anna (unknown episodes)
Series Writing credits
Winston King (1 episode)

Series Produced by
Crom Carmichael .... executive producer (1 episode)
Coley Coleman .... series producer (1 episode)
Greg Kopels .... associate producer (1 episode)
Stephen Kopels .... producer (1 episode)
Luis Florencio Tapia .... executive producer (1 episode)
Series Original Music by
David Siebels (1 episode)
Joey D. Vieira (1 episode)
Series Film Editing by
Michael D'Anna (unknown episodes)
Series Sound Department
Chip Albers .... sound designer (1 episode)
Patricia Childs .... audio engineer (1 episode)
Series Camera and Electrical Department
Stephen Kopels .... videographer (1 episode)
Series Editorial Department
David Adams .... on-line editor (1 episode)
Rich Thomas .... on-line editor (1 episode)
Series Other crew
Sylvia Glenn .... accountant (1 episode)
Greg Kopels .... production assistant (1 episode)
Austin Swett .... accountant (1 episode)
James Zito .... Buddhism consultant (1 episode)
Series Thanks
Jakusho Kwong-roshi .... special thanks (1 episode)
Rina Sircar .... special thanks (1 episode)

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50 min (6 parts)


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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
A lot of information, but really boring, 6 October 2015
Author: Vincent Pihlblad from Sweden

My class had to watch this (the one about the Protestantism) during a religion class. It may be a good movie if you're really, really interested in Protestantism, but it's a bit to much for us petty little souls in elementary school.

Kingsley talked about Protestantism, a part of it called the Evangilicarian-Litterarian-Lutherarian-Gurghlrmnarian-thing, then a branch of that one called the Revolutionarian-Revoltarian- Protestantarian which in turn had another subsection of it called the Theolutherarian-Biblarian-gurghlarsch. I have no idea. A bit to in-depth for us.

Anyway, one person in my class fell asleep, and I studied my shoes. They were nice, and still are, I suppose. We may have been the wrong audience for this movie. It was really informative, far to in-depth for us and really boring. We didn't manage to stay through the whole episode-thing (which I throughout this review have called movie, sorry about that), but I reviewed it anyway. I don't think there is anything that redeems it in the last 10 minutes.

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