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Spiritual Warriors (2007)

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Finn trying to make it in Hollywood. Throughout the movie Finn meets with an elderly man, Roger, who helps Finn learn how to awaken to the insights of his soul.

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Roger
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Christopher Finn
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Claire (as Shyla Cruize)
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King of Sparta
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Realtor
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The Psychiatrist
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Himself
Julian Wells ...
Gwen (as Suzy McCoppin)
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Doctor (as Rick E. Edwards)
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Hospital Administrator
Alisha Das ...
Alisha
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Spartan King's Valets
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King Akeon
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When part time actor, part-time drug dealer Finn meets an eccentric, "Mystical Teacher", he is abruptly and unwillingly thrust into his spiritual awakening. Faced with a choice, he can continue along the current path of his life or embark on a quest into the unknown to become a Spiritual Warrior. Written by Jaime King

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John-Roger, spiritual movies, spiritual awaken, love,

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Adventure | Sci-Fi

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4 July 2008 (USA)  »

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$2,500,000 (estimated)
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Roger: If you don't want anyone reading your mind, keep it empty.
Christopher Finn: Oh.
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Spiritually Moving!
5 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Very few movies have the ability to move you in a deep way. This is one of those movies. Its not another Hollywood throw away movie, this one is unique and you never know where its taking you next. Its a movie you'll think about long after you've left the theater. Its full of a lot of hidden meanings and symbolism that touches into deep mysteries. Filmed on location in Egypt,Syria,Jordan and many ancient sites, the present and the past are woven into a story line that has more then one meaning. Past lifetimes that are impacting the present also get woven into the storyline. Its the type of movie that is even better on the second or third showing, as you "catch" more of the hidden meanings. If you're like me and you're tired of the same old movies and story lines of most movies today, then you might find this a refreshing change. If you go, do yourself a favor and see it more then once.


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