“Fork Over Knives”
Interesting by Anil Seth
When I met the author of “Peaceful Warrior,” Dan Millman at a special screening of the film with Q&A, he stated it took 20 years for his story to get to the big screen. Nick Nolte was interested 20 years ago in playing the lead and appeared the age at that time but years later when the film was funded, Nick Nolte agreed to play the role of the teacher for the protagonist named Socrates. Great story, morale and acting. Highly recommend it.
Eckhart Tolle says, “Watch it and be transformed.”
Deepak Chopra says, “An energetic and entertaining film.”
Straw Weisman, Associate Producer for “What the Bleep Do We Know?” says, “Like “Rocky” for the soul.”
Here’s the film trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gegNMYvY_yg
The owners of the film have it up for rent for $2.99 on YouTube or for those interested they offer it for sale as well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKsZiNkp5cY
Animal Lovers Recommend Vegan 2017 Film as a MUST SEE! Still on my list to watch!
“What the Bleep Do We Know?!?” Full movie on YouTube
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A special tribute, Battle Ballad is dedicated to our U.S. troops, veterans and any and all victims of war everywhere including 9/11 victims and survivors as well as any and all individuals involved in domestic violence. It is a tear jerker with hope and a message to live and embrace in peace today for there are ripples of negative energy on both sides for and from every violent act. Chorus lyric “kiss me now you fool…” is a metaphor in saying it is up to us in living for today and loving one and all who are important in our lives. Storyboard & Directed by J.R. Griffin (former US military), D.P. Laura Beth Love, Co-starring Tina Guo as Grim Reaper & Angel, Will McMichael former US military as husband soldier, and Jarrald Ingram former US military as enemy soldier. Edited by Brian Porter. Beaded Jewelry by Lea Ingram. Special thanks to the Ingrams for the use of their home to film this project.
New York Times Newspaper SOURCES
NY Times reported May 16, 2013: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/16/us/baffling-rise-in-suicides-plagues-us-military.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0
NY Times reported Sept 10, 2013: http://topics.nytimes.com/top/news/us/series/war_torn/index.html