US, 2016, 86 min, in English, Burmese, Japanese, Amharic, Malagasy, Arabic, French, Pashtu, Marathi, Hebrew, Krio, Tagalog, Nepalese, Punjabi, Polish, Haitian Creole, Spanish
New York Times
Intimate...kaleidoscopic...we see personal notes of grace and meaning.
New York Times - Sunday Arts & Leisure
a reminder that for millions of people of faith all over the world, religion is about small but significant moments of hope, affirmation and reflection.
Los Angeles Times
Moving...deeply personal....the film articulates a concept of universal humanity.
A feast for the eyes.
Spirituality & Practice
A fascinating tapestry of human belief.
Film Journal International
A cinematic leap of faith.
A great movie for jaded Atheist urbanites.
East Bay Express
Does a fine job of bringing various religions to light.
Santa Fe New Mexican
A ray of hope.
America The Jesuit Review
Purely observational, kinetic cinema and, some might say, even a kind of prayer.
A surprising new take on filmmaking.
Celebrates humans' search for meaning.
This is very much a timely and topical film, one that will encourage debate and discussion.
A visually breathtaking documentary.
...a swirling whirlwind of customs, traditions, joy, agony...
Exclusive clip Signis
..exquisite cinematography with vibrant light and shadow, striking use of color, and intimate portraits. It takes us into the very experience of the moment
Justin Levy, Associate Producer, Sacred
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