This movie brilliantly portrays the intensities and struggles that we all face in our day to day lives. There appear to be upsets, racial tensions, sexual abuse, and violence but the innocence underneath it all can be seen.
Every character has a heart of gold and if you walk with them through some darkness in the first half of this movie, you will see this love and compassion emerge in them all. Their true selves were always there, they were just hidden under surface fears and personality clashes. And as you see this with increasing clarity, it will be your own innocence, your own inner beauty and your own deep yearning for forgiveness that you will be witnessing.

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David Hoffmeister

Modern-day mystic, author, and a living demonstration of A Course in Miracles.


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