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At least Ram Dass seems to have signed his own version of the Hippocratic Oath...
The film presents a brief but intriguing biography of its subject.
An ingratiating and comprehensive portrait of the widely admired spiritual leader.
Moving and informative.
Parts of the film feel a bit too much like an infomercial for Ram Dass's latest book aimed at the boomer demographic. But mostly it's a work that, with humor, warmth, and intelligence, captures a life interestingly lived.
A sober and affecting chronicle of the leveling effect of loss.
Inspirational biopic on Ram Dass.
For anyone who remembers the '60s or is interested in one man's response to stroke, Ram Dass: Fierce Grace is worth seeking out.
The film affords us intriguing glimpses of the insights gleaned from a lifetime of spiritual inquiry, but Ram Dass: Fierce Grace doesn't organize it with any particular insight.
Rarely, a movie is more than a movie. Go.
Aimed at a New Age audience, but its subject's sincerity and gentle, self-deprecating nature translate well to a general audience.
Whether or not Ram Dass proves as clear and reliable an authority on that as he was about inner consciousness, Fierce Grace reassures us that he will once again be an honest and loving one.
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