The Artist and the Shaman 2004 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
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.
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