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Palmer is the only female in the lead cast and mentioned that what drew her to Samsara was the strength and empowered wisdom of the character. See more »
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Bodhi, do you have any idea how many people you've killed? How many laws you've broken?
The only law that matters is gravity.
[Bodhi falls off the cliff]
[Utah tries to grab Bodhi but falls after him]
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I just saw the first projection at Chiang Mai Thailand. This is one of the most horrible movies i have ever seen. Please don't waste your money. The story makes no sense. The characters are stiff like frozen cucumbers, the purpose and motivations are completely ridiculous. This is a disgrace of a movie. It is as if the director wanted to create the horrible anti point break. Oh My God! Oh My Buddha! Wasted life! There is no logic, the characters are half-dimensional, the star is beyond ridiculous and annoying, the girl is on drugs, the pace is awful they jump from scene to scene like monkeys jump from tree to tree. The director clearly had no vision. I don't know what to say other than STAY AWAY. STAY AWAY.
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