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The Invocation (2010)

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An exploration of the notion of 'God' and World Peace through Religion, Spirituality, History, Science, Politics and Arts.

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An exploration of the notion of 'God' and World Peace through Religion, Spirituality, History, Science, Politics and Arts.

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An eye-opening movie- a must-see....
7 July 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There are so many movies that are meaningless and self-involved... The Invocation is not one of them. It really makes you think about the world and how you can help heal the world. If this was seen by everyone in the world, I'm sure it would be a more peaceful world. There are so many interviews of important people like the Dai Lama, Deepak Chopra, Oliver Stone in addition to a slew of celebrities, which makes for a very unique documentary. Sharon Stone's voice is perfect for this movie and the music is awesome. This film is very uplifting and inspiring, in spite of all of the sadness in the world. The Invocation is definitely a must see especially for people who are looking to make the world a better place.


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