About twice a year, I share with you my love of Spiritual Cinema Circle…
I've been a member for about 7 years, partnered with them for over half a decade, met and worked with several of their co-founders, and I was even featured on one of their DVDs during the member viewing discussion with producer Stephen Simon.
So it should be no surprise that when they reach out and say "Will you share Spiritual Cinema Circle with other people?"
I always… always… always… always… always… say YES.
(especially since they have a free trial!)
Spiritual Cinema Circle is a wonderful opportunity (free to try) to experience movies in a conscious and uplifting way. And if you watch with friends and family, you can support connection and meaning more directly with the discussion questions after each movie.
That said, here is what they have to say about this month's feature volume…
We all know what family is… Or do we?
Sofie and Daan are sisters in Holland, fraternal twins, in fact, born to a pair of pair of deeply devoted dads with the assistance of a flower child from America in need of some cash.
Sofie and Daan are as different as night and day, as are their imaginings of their biological mother, even though they have no no real memories of her because Jackie disappeared from all of their lives long ago.
But one day, a letter arrives. They've been identified as closest kin to Jackie, who while still alive, is in the hospital and with no home or resources to care for herself. The sisters decide, and not for the same reasons, to take the trip to aid the mother who brought them into the world.
"Adventure" doesn't even begin to cover what ensues as they meet their mom for the first time and then embark on a trip across the U.S. in Jackie's dilapidated RV. And they discover that family means a lot more than biological ties.
Oscar winner Holly Hunter is as unforgettable as Jackie as she was in The Piano and Broadcast News, and the sisters are beautifully acted by real-life sisters Jelka and Clarice van Houten.
You'll get this movie "Jackie" when you sign up for a FREE trial with Spiritual Cinema Circle, plus 3 equally engaging short films – all on a single DVD that you never have to return.
Get Your Free Spiritual Cinema Circle DVD Today
(Just pay $4.95 shipping & handling)
Okay, Chris here again…
If you're not familiar with Spiritual Cinema Circle, the way it works is this: Each month that you're a member (this first trial month is free), they ship a DVD to you with a full-length feature movie and 2 to 3 short films. All of the films are of, you guessed it, a "spiritual" nature. They help heal, inspire, encourage, and deepen our lives.
Movies like Jackie.
A few years ago…
I met most of the founders and many of the employees when I was on-set doing a Member Discussion filming with Stephen Simon (producer of the movies "What Dreams May Come" and "Somewhere In Time").
They are a wonderful group of people who are dedicated to making a difference in the world, and I am truly grateful to share their work with you.
I hope you take them up on their Free Trial offer and see for yourself why I love Spiritual Cinema Circle's movies so much.
P.P.S. As a bonus for just trying out Spiritual Cinema Circle…
You'll also receive a free month's membership to Gaiam TV – the largest collection of conscious internet programming on the planet.
You can choose from thousands of options including mindfulness teachings, yoga and tai chi classes, profound interviews with today's leading luminaries, and movies that make a difference.
GaiamTV is available to you 24/7 direct to your computer, device or Internet connected television – as a bonus for being a Spiritual Cinema Circle member.
Activate Your Free Trial of Spiritual Cinema Circle Today
(Just pay $4.95 shipping & handling)
By the way, if you're outside the US, then due to licensing restrictions your feature film instead be "Don't Pass Me By."
It's a stirring story about regret, love, and second chances, woven together in a vignette style. The story follows five very different people who sit at a crisis point in their lives – their desires clouded by fear, duty, tragedy, and regret.
As each story unfolds, the characters struggle to find the courage to live for themselves, to reclaim the relationships they have lost along the way, and to make time for the things that really matter.