The Gardener (2012)
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The Gardener is a surreal film made using documentary-style techniques via the cameras of father and son (the Makhmalbafs) who go to Israel to learn about a religion (Baha'i faith) that they don't know much due to its taboo status in the country of both the filmmaker and the faith's birth - Iran.
Starts with research of a religion, ends with poem which chants the peace. An Iranian film maker and his son travel to Israel to investigate a world religion with 7 million followers, which originated in Iran 170 years ago. Youth from all over the world come to Haifa, the center of the religion, to serve. Those who serve in the gardens that surround the holy places develop peace-loving attitudes through their interactions with nature.
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