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One: The Movie (2005)

In a divided post 9-11 world, first-time filmmaker Ward Powers asks life's ultimate questions of world renowned spiritual leaders and ordinary people. ONE: The Movie weaves the diverse ... See full summary »

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In a divided post 9-11 world, first-time filmmaker Ward Powers asks life's ultimate questions of world renowned spiritual leaders and ordinary people. ONE: The Movie weaves the diverse answers, exploring topics of war and peace, fear and love, suffering, god, life after death, and the ultimate meaning of life. The answers reflect global diversity, while emphasizing the oneness of humanity. Written by Anonymous

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A Contemporary Journey Towards a Timeless Destiny

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ONE is not a movie. It holds a divine spark.
16 March 2006 | by (San Francisco, United States) – See all my reviews

ONE is not a movie. ONE holds magic, woven by the love of all those who crossed the filmmakers path: the spiritual leaders, thinkers, and ordinary folks who opened themselves to the 20 Big Questions; the technical professionals who helped create the movie out of love for its important message; the people in the theater who stuck around in the lobby when the movie was over to share what was in their hearts. You can't judge this movie by its production quality. You have to see it through eyes of love to recognize the seed it is dropping into our collective soul. Many people I've spoken with enjoyed the movie more the more times they saw it, because the layers of meaning began to unfold; the message behind the movie became more apparent. The message is much bigger than the filmmakers know themselves. There is a divine spark in ONE that manages to come through the screen despite its flaws.


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