Everyone in the world should see it and think and talk about peace. That's what it's like to watch this film. Turn off the lights and phones, go to the bathroom, eat something and get a comfy chair and watch this film.
One of the most powerful things about this film experience for me was when Gilley visited children and had dialogues about peace with them. To have simple dialogues at early ages, even if our lives show us otherwise along the way, can still help bring about peace in the world. And how! Tremendously!
Sparks of peace go off while watching this film. There is no other movie like it. I wholeheartedly support the International Day of Peace and Peace One Day and believe that this film is part of a movement for peace, acceptance and love throughout the world. I rarely support dubbing over subtitles, but in this case I believe that this film should be dubbed in the languages of hostile nations and cultures and shown to the children, become a cult classic, and peace shall prevail. :D
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