Can people really change?
This documentary approaches the question with something almost like a fable: a fictional story of a man whose wife has died, who starts to make bad decisions, and who is ultimately arrested, convicted of manslaughter, and torn away from his daughter.
Is he capable of doing the right thing?
Experts interviewed in this documentary include
Thomas Moore, author of Care of the Soul,
neuroscientist Joe Dispenza [Yelm-based office],
and life coach Debbie Ford.
“This film, by Austin Vickers, questions the very nature of reality, and through an examination of our perceptions, beliefs and imagination, makes you both judge and jury in what will be the most important trial you will ever witness.”
Lisa Minzey of The Reel Critic.com, writes, Following in the footsteps of films such as What the #$*! Do We (K)now!? this film takes what was introduced and expands it where the viewer can relate on an everyday
level. It gives a comprehensible meaning to emotional intelligence, where so many others in films, books and speakers, have alluded to but the meaning is still vague. In an age where so many people are hurting
and searching for the key to their happiness, this film puts the key in the viewers hands and challenges them to see they can unlock their own prison.
OFS members $4.50 (members must show their current member card at box office)
Non members/General $7.50
206 5th Ave. SE
Olympia, WA 98501