Admissions is a transformational story depicting what it takes to find unending peace, starring Academy Award nominee James Cromwell.
I must admit, this film is one of my favorites. I have shared it many times with friends and relatives. There is such fine acting. Superb in fact. The timing is apropos-- for the times we are living in.
Why not stop to consider the message this film sends so strongly?
We have to understand first, take it in, accept then apply love and forgiveness.
Only then, can we have hope for the future and peace for the soul.
Jimmy Li from Brooklyn NY USA
The story of the life of the Buddha, an Indian sage who gained enlightenment as he sat under a fig tree. Richard Gere narrates.
Ordinary girl. Extraordinary soul.
It is a inspiring movie and a good music background.
As the first documentary in the Yatra Trilogy, Dharma River is a timeless journey through legendary rivers to the greatest Buddhist temples and mystical sites of Laos, Thailand, and Burma.
Why is this blacklisted in Canada?!
A fascinating spiritual journey to discover how the world's religions attempt to answer some of the most challenging life questions.
As a Christian, I have a BIG issue that the Catholic church is used as THE face of Christianity. If someone want's to know God, His Son Jesus Christ, and Holy Spirit, and know how to live, then one must delve deeper. Get a basic understanding of the Old Testament (Torah), and the New Testament (Christianity). It's also important to understand how Christianity changed from those who first followed Christ to the numerous denominations today. Not all Christianity is created equal. If you want to know if someone truly is a follower of Jesus Christ, check their actions against what He taught. Not that there are any perfect Christians - I'm certainly not one. But we can't judge entire religions on the actions of flawed people. We must look to the source. To be a follower of Christ is to follow HIM, allow His Word to transform us, and allow Him to work through us to reach out to a hurting world.
In Nepal, a venerable monk, Geshe Lama Konchog, dies and one of his disciples, a youthful monk named Tenzin Zopa, searches for his master's reincarnation.
Seeing the cute little boy cry when his family left was heartbreaking. It is unfortunate in these cultures how parents can so easily trust to give up their children to be raised by people they barely even know. There have been reports of young boys in the monasteries being molested.
Journey into the living traditions and lost civilizations of this vibrant part of the world and explore the universal ideals of wisdom, compassion, and inner peace at the very heart of these ancient Buddhist cultures.
Beautiful cinematography. Informative spiritually and historically.
Devout Christians and devout atheists alike have profound interest in the same question: What happens when we die?
The scientific studies are questionable. I was extremely disappointed. I was hoping for a more thoughtful approach.
A family in New Zealand struggles courageously to live a simple existence.
More documentaries should have the emotion and humanity of this film. A truly heartwarming family.
This film is very faithful to the true story of Thérèse Martin of Lisieux, France, who became St. Thérèse of the Child Jesus & the Holy Face, OCD. Many of the scenes were filmed in the actual locations.
Though the film is very beautiful, it moves along at a rather slow pace, resulting in the loss of many precious details. It can also be somewhat over-dramatic at times, as per director Defilippis' (plays Thérèse's father) personal style. Though it should be noted that Defilippis is a master at his one-man shows, particularly his production on "Maximilian Kolbe: Saint of Auschwitz".