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It is just one of the best movie ever made.
The thing I appreciate about it, is it truly is like "viewing a meditation." The film is very relaxing, allowing the imagery to tell the story mostly.
In my opinion, you don't have to understand anything, nor should you be buddhist or have knowlege in buddhism to like this movie.
Beautiful Buddhist themed film bears repeated watchings over time. Cinematography is excellent with detailed natural metaphors.Published 2 months ago by Donald Soker
Directed by a reclusive arts professor in Korea, who used his own resources in the film that took over seven years to make and did not use any professional actors, "Why Has... Read morePublished 5 months ago by sevencrystalballs
I like it but I think you really need to have some Zen experience to appreciate it.Published 5 months ago by Robert C. Hess
Excellent film for anyone interested in Buddhism. There are so few dramatic films about Buddhism; most are documentaries about Buddha or Buddhism. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Anthony Clifton
Buddhism, particularly Zen Buddhism is a central part of my life. Of course that does not make me a faultless judge of something which purports to be proselytizing one of the most... Read morePublished on October 5, 2012 by John S. Hilliard
My title says it all, but I'll repeat it so as to fulfill the twenty-word minimum for Amazon reviews: Among the most beautiful and profoundest films ever made. There.Published on November 23, 2011 by Bradley Metzner
While I still don't see it as the masterpiece that many do, I
did enjoy it much more on 2nd viewing.
I do find it slow. Read more
if you can't sit still for 1 minute - this film probably isn't for you - it's a film composed mostly of disjointed scenes - each like a meditation - of 3 monks in the Korean... Read morePublished on June 4, 2011 by J. A. Eyon