Fun documentary with some insights about the simplicity of our true nature. Despite the naiveness, the intention is good. But the viewer should be aware. A possible feeling that arises when one watch this documentary is a will to buy a '10 days/9 nights + True Ayahuasca Experience' package to Peru to get enlightened. Well, problem is that enlightenment is not that easy, you don't get enlightened in a weekend trip to a sacred place with a shaman/spiritual teacher/paqo/whatever. Be aware with 'Enlightenment Propaganda' (I am not saying this documentary is a Propaganda even if the dude is kind of naive in his quest) because there is a lot of malicious people in the Spiritual Sphere who just want your money and devotion. Enlightenment is a process that involves one's effort and commitment on the right path being Altruism the most important aspect. You don't need to go anywhere to start working with your mind because the best place to work with it is where you at right now. Believing that the knowledge is somewhere between Peru, Tibet or wherever is a self- deception, and self-deception is the very thing that all those traditions try to teach to overcome. So if I can say something useful is; Don't be fooled by the romantic journey to enlightenment, be more honest with yourself, read a lot of genuine knowledge by genuine teachers and then decide for yourself what's worth pursuing.