The Artist and the Shaman 2004 Horror Movie Review
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A shaman with a cell phone. An artist who paints like Van Gogh. A 3-year old genius. And JFK’s secret writer, who helped President Kennedy win a Pulitzer Prize for Profiles in Courage. This story connects the lives of four people in a quest for life’s deeper meaning. With the help of a modern ‘medicine man’ the artist searches for the spirit of his departed father among the living, in the healing red rock country of Sedona, Arizona. This critically-acclaimed documentary is a story of grief and transcendence, filled with music, art, beauty and native American wisdom—a moving tribute to our loved ones who’ve gone by.
About The Artist and the Shaman (2004)
The Artist and the Shaman
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Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
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