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||IMDB Rating: 7.6/10 from AL votes
||Release: February 2011 (USA) /
||Stars: Chris Jordan, Coleman Barks, Dacher Keltner, Daniel Quinn, Dean Radin, Elisabet Sahtouris, John Francis, Lynne McTaggart, Marc Ian Barasch, Marilyn Schlitz, Noam Chomsky, Ray Anderson, Richard Shadyac, Rollin McCraty, Thom Hartmann
||Synopsis: Director Tom Shadyac speaks with intellectual and spiritual leaders about what's wrong with our world and how we can improve both it and the way we live in it.
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Right up front, I'm a political/social conservative who is okay with
marijuana and gay marriage. This may have prejudiced this review a bit.
First, this is a beautiful movie of self-discovery. And, I do mean
self- discovery. There really wasn't a single concept discussed that
hasn't been discussed since I was in high school and I'm 70 years old.
Actually, these concepts have probably been discussed for the past
5,000 years or more.
However, if you want to experience a man living through his moment of
"enlightenment," this movie will give you that. Essentially, he
discovers that happiness doesn't come from material things, but from
being involved in something bigger than himself, something that makes a
He's very careful to state that you don't need to make a big difference
to gain a sense of worth and happiness, even the small, little things
make a difference. He supports these concepts with some relatively
recent scientific research, that points to the power of matters of the
heart and the impact our negative and positive thoughts can have on
ourselves as well as others; in fact, the environment around us. As I
said earlier, toss out the research and you're left with what
philosophers and mystics have been telling us for ages.
One of the major themes sounded very socialistic (this was the
political part) , pretty much: From those who have too much, to those
who have too little. This is, of course, a common theme amongst
progressives (redistribution of wealth). However, something he hinted
at was a bit different. He seemed to say that this had to come from the
heart, from a personal commitment to help others, to help the
community. I would agree and add, that this means that it can't be
instigated by any government, you can't order people to love their
neighbor. Nothing good comes from trying to do that.
The big disappointment for me, was the lack of any discussion
concerning what I consider to be the two most important questions that
this line of thought must deal with.
1) What do you do about those who decide to take full advantage of the
situation and choose only to take and not to give? In other words, live
off of the efforts of others.
2) What do you do about those who decide to manipulate the system to
their own personal advantage, both from the financial and the position
of power perspectives?
This type of society leaves itself wide open to that, without a very
strong central government that makes sure that things stay fair.
However, usually those in the government are the ones to take
advantage, and no real gains are achieved by the vast majority of the
I really wish, someday, someone with these Utopian thoughts would
honestly approach the tough questions. ... and yes, this is a movie
about Utopia ... but, alas, I'm afraid the tough questions will remain
unanswered, utopias will continue to fail and humanity will still be
having this dream 5,000 years from now.
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, Coleman Barks
, Dacher Keltner
, Daniel Quinn
, Dean Radin
, Elisabet Sahtouris
, John Francis
, Lynne McTaggart
, Marc Ian Barasch
, Marilyn Schlitz
, Noam Chomsky
, Ray Anderson
, Richard Shadyac
, Rollin McCraty
, Thom Hartmann
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