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The Invocation (2010)

TV-G | | Documentary
An exploration of the notion of 'God' and World Peace through Religion, Spirituality, History, Science, Politics and Arts.

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Karen Armstrong ... Herself
Michael Beckwith ... Himself
Mustapha Cherif ... Himself
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Chaim Cohen ... Himself
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Amit Goswami ... Himself
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Ervin Laszlo ... Himself
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Dean Radin ... Himself (as Dean Radin Ph.D.)
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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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"Call for Peace Award" from The International Press Academy 15th Satellite Awards 2010 See more »

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Bravo!
26 September 2011 | by See all my reviews

Fantastic documentary.

Being their 1st documentary, it contains some little technical flaws, but the content is fabulous. In addition, it showcases huge personalities such as Sharon Stone, Deepak Chopra, Desmond Tutu, and many, many more. This documentary could potentially have a tremendous impact on people, if only Lightning Entertainment would let it be released in the US. It has already been released in Europe and in Australia. It received numerous Awards from The Los Angeles Film Festival, The San Diego Indie Film Festival, The Awareness Film Festival, The Beverly Hills Film Festival, doc'Miami 2011, to name a few.

Bravo! Magnificent.


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