Meetings with Remarkable Men Reviews

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January 3, 2014
(Terence Stamp played Billy Budd, so I want to see this.)
½ July 1, 2011
Gurdijeff's preposterously serious quest of the meaning of life. The meaning of life :D
July 20, 2010
Meetings with Remarkable Men is the adaptation of part of the autobiography of George Gurdjieff, a mystic who lived between the 2nd half of the 19th century and the 1st half of the 20th century.

The movie is more like a docudrama, about his travels from central asia to Egypt, and back to central Asia once again in a pursuit for knowledge about the purpose of life and existence, and the movie focuses on the time span between his teenage years back in Georgia to his early adulthood and the discovery of the secret place of the Sarmoung Brotherhood.

The movie was well produced, and its purpose was not to tell a story as much as to enlighten those who are willing to receive the knowledge, which is why I gave it a full score.
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