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Time Is Art: Synchronicity and the Collective Dream (2015)

"Time is Art" is ultimately the story of an artist's search for inspiration in a money-driven society that shuns creativity, and of the human search for meaning in a seemingly meaningless world.
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Gary S. Bobroff Gary S. Bobroff ... Self
East Forest East Forest ... Self
Robin Gunkel Robin Gunkel ... Self
Graham Hancock ... Self
Jocelyn James Jocelyn James ... Self
Amy Lansky Amy Lansky ... Self
Magenta Magenta ... Self
Justin Gray Morgan Justin Gray Morgan ... Self
Jennifer Palmer Jennifer Palmer ... Self
Daniel Pinchbeck Daniel Pinchbeck ... Self
Jim Sanders Jim Sanders ... Self
Rupert Sheldrake ... Self
Chris Soria Chris Soria ... Self
Richard Tarnas Richard Tarnas ... Self
Jim Tucker Jim Tucker ... Self
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Jennifer Palmer, a corporate IT specialist-turned-writer, is compelled to make sense of the mysterious and powerful energy she felt at her aunt's deathbed. A series of strange coincidences leads her on an exploration of synchronicity - the concept that all beings are interconnected, and that time is not so much a chronology as it is an infinite cycle. Considering herself something of a skeptic, Jennifer treads the fine line between nervous breakdown and ecstatic revelation as she seeks out scholars, shamans, artists, and community activists in her search for answers. Together, they explore a reality where time is transformed from a unit that can be measured and commodified -"Time is money"- to an experience of oneness with the natural rhythms of nature and the universe. It is here that the writer discovers that time is, in fact, art.

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See with your heart what was once invisible

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References Waking Life (2001) See more »

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9 April 2020 | by The_Boxing_CatSee all my reviews

Échos and weird crazy spaced out sound effects, electronica music with her reading poetry like words.

It's difficult to take this seriously with all the strange happenings (like when she's walking backwards and the spinning camera shots)


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11 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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New York City, New York, USA See more »

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$30,000 (estimated)
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