Ram Dass, Fierce Grace (2001)

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After Richard Alpert was fired from Harvard in 1963 for conducting psychedelic drug research, he journeyed to India, found a guru and was renamed Ram Dass ("Servant of God").


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28 March 2010 | ThatsMrBoydToYou
One of the best documentaries I've ever seen
As I watched it, I realized that it continued to get better and better as the runtime went on. Whereas most docs tend to wear down over time, this one did the exact opposite, and it ultimately has become one of the best documentary I've seen lately.

It doesn't have an agenda or message, and it doesn't rely on any manipulative music or narration to get a point across. It's just there for what it is, and it is amazing.

Ram Dass was and is still such an inspiring figure. The theme of death and seeing him so feeble makes me feel for the world when he finally passes on. If you have any interest in him, you should without a doubt watch this film. Even if you don't have any interest, you should give it a go. You might find him to be one of your new favorite philosophers and teachers!

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Intro to India
Written and Performed by
Steve Gorn, Amit Chatterjee, and Samir Chatterjee

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Genres

Documentary

Details

Release Date:

21 May 2001

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$11,761 3 March 2002

Gross USA:

$236,103

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