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A man, a martini, and a lot of microphones.: The Human Experience

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

The Human Experience

Earlier this evening, I was at a local Penn State Campus, to see a screening of a movie I'd heard about in the past but never seen called "The Human Experience". It was one of the first big projects put together by Grassroots Films and while I'll be the first to tell you that the films can get a bit too preachy at times, it's one of those films that you just have to see.

I wish that blogger.com would allow me to share the video, but it doesn't. So you'll just have to hit the site (which I've linked to). For those of us in the rat race the film is a good reminder that life is about more than those things we usually end up being concerned about (money, career, etc.). I was lucky to learn that two of the cast of the documentary (Michael Campo and Jeffrey Azize) were attending the event and it was moving to hear how much the film had affected their lives.

If you get the chance, check these guys out and attend a local screening (and believe me, they'll be happy to work with you to get one local to wherever you are). Their film is one of those healthy doses of reality that we all need from time to time.

Make sure to get your daily allotment!

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