One (2005)

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A group of inquisitive suburban fathers fire up their video cameras and set out in search of the meaning of life. By speaking with such great thinkers and spiritual leaders as Ram Daas, Deepak Chopra, and Father Thomas Keating, the amateur filmmakers learn several fascinating things about the world we live in, and the impact that our lives can have on it.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Documentary , Special Interest , Faith & Spirituality
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Critic Reviews for One

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (2)

One looks like a labor of love and is all the more stirring for it.

January 6, 2006
Seattle Times
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One displays an impressive amount of fortitude and perseverance, but very little insight.

Full Review… | December 9, 2005
San Francisco Chronicle
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... naive and almost crippled by the effusive false modesty of its narration, but within that naivete is a spirit of inquiry.

Full Review… | January 5, 2006
Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Audience Reviews for One

Ok, I am a "meaning of life" person. I am not sure that the general public realizes how impressive the list of interviewees is in this movie. My personal favorite is Richard Rohr, the open-minded catholic priest...he is deep. But I was also moved by "regular dudes" at the end of the movie telling what the meaning of life is...how cool that someone cares enough to try to direct us to think about that..so cool!

Mimi Graves
Mimi Graves

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