Many I have seen/read and some I ended up seeing to watch from his point of view.
They have not yet had a chance to read it since I just gave it to them yesterday, but they were excited about receiving it and anxious to read it.
This is a must read for anyone who loves movies and for those who look deeply into things.
An excellent book for people who enjoy movies while enriching personal growth.Published 27 days ago by Erika
I, too, like another reviewer, wonder why this book is not a runaway best seller! Just one contemplative reading of any one of these gems has a magical power to end the trance of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by elizabeth lavine
Interesting chapter titles and fascinating subject matter. I actually purchased this book as a gift, and have not yet given it to recipient, but am looking forward to doing just... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Corinne
There was a cineaste named Dean
with metaphors clever and keen
As the flickers unreeled
all showed they revealed
spirituality within every... Read more
Sluyter has become one of my favorite writers. He knows movies, he knows Buddhism, and, best of all, he knows how to write about connections between the two that make me smile and... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Rebecca A. Wible
This is a must read for anyone who loves movies and for those who look deeply into things. Thank you it came in good condition!Published 11 months ago by Alba I. Vargas
Usually one for classic buddhist texts I found this read refreshingly modern. Taking a new twist on movies and their symbols...opened my eyes to some hidden gems within any movie.Published 14 months ago by DR. JOHN G VIRAG
Sluyter's Cinema Nirvana is an interesting, if not always successful, book, and occasionally it is even a moving one. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Jon Morris
I love this book. I can't understand why it's not a runaway bestseller. I saw the author speak locally and picked up a copy just to support him, but this book is so fascinating and... Read morePublished on June 8, 2012 by Bruce Hurley