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Indigo (2003)






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Life as seen through the eyes of a child can be full of wonder, but life as seen through the eyes of an Indigo child can spread that sense of childlike perception to others and open paths to them that they may have never imagined. Shortly after Ray's (writer/director Neale Donald Walsch) business fails as a result of his unprincipled tactics, the weary grandfather is entrusted with the safety of his ten-year-old granddaughter, Grace (Meghan McCandless). Though Ray is at first somewhat apprehensive about his new charge, the discovery that Grace's father has grown increasingly unstable leaves the devoted grandfather no choice but to help offer his young granddaughter the love and stability that her mother and father cannot. As Ray and Grace attempt to escape the young girl's troubled past, the gifted child opens her jaded grandfather up to a whole new way of looking at the world.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama
Directed By: ,
Written By: Neale Donald Walsch, James Twyman
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On DVD: Apr 26, 2005
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Lovely and touching. I was slightly disappointed in that the pre film build up made it out to be so much more than actually came out. But in support of Jimmy Twyman I highly recommend watching it at least once.

YES!!! Great movie. But I must say it is about the extreem indigo child.. and that not all indigo children cure breast cancer with one touch of the hand...

Strange but sorta good. If you want to understand the Indigo child movement this movie will help. It's a little out there for me but it's a great movie for when you can't sleep :)

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