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One: The Movie (2005)

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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 ... 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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Something for EveryONE!
3 February 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Participating in the Canadian premiere of this film, I really didn't know what to expect from a little, low-budget American Indie about the "meaning of life" especially opening on New Year's Day. Not only did every show sell out, people returned to see it and brought their friends, their mothers, their lovers, often driving two hours to the there. Even churches reserved dozens of tickets! Every time I stood at the back of the theatre (because there only was standing room!) I could feel an immediate "heart opening" and expanded presence of oneness. Not only did this movie deliver on the message, more importantly it delivered on the experience. What I loved was the universality of this movie - it's not just for the "new age"/cultural creative set but truly for everyONE! Time for Hollywood to wake up and smell the success of spiritual cinema...


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