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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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The Psychiatrist
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Himself
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Gwen (as Suzy McCoppin)
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Alisha
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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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4 July 2008 (USA)  »

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$2,500,000 (estimated)
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Roger: Tea anyone?
Christopher Finn: Stop with this tea stuff.
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An independent film, a different take on a man's spiritual quest--and training, and a few things he learned along the way.
4 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie was thought-provoking. It was different. It was powerful. It's refreshing to see a different take on archetypal images. It's one of those movies I thought about for days later. Some of the special effects had an effect--on me. Thought-provoking images. Some were expansive. Some were just wow--in subtle ways. One image toward the end of the movie (I won't give it away) was worth the whole film. I liked the practical, subtle humor of the Roger character, little subtle things that made me chuckle (and make me think) about funny human behaviors, and that balanced out the other dramas taking place in the story. Some of the flash-back scenes were powerful to watch and got me thinking. I loved the way the Roger character was portrayed, his gentleness, peacefulness--and his down to earth humor! I liked the way some spiritual truths, posed loosely in the film, was developed in a "real" story with "real" people working it--or attempting to work it out. One pretty basic psychological truth most people have probably heard before jumped out to me. I saw something differently. In the end, I'd have to say my favorite scenes were some of the special effect images and the down-to-earth Roger character!


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