I’ve been inspired to look at different scenarios that trigger a sense of shame within us both individually and collectively. I was guided to watch the Canadian documentary film Because We Are Girls directed by Baljit Sangra and released in 2019. The film centers on three Punjabi Canadian sisters from British Columbia who have gone public in…Details
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We had a wonderful and powerful gathering watching the movie Penelope together this past week. Penelope is a 2006 British-American romantic fantasy comedy film about a girl born into a wealthy family with a nose of a pig due to a family curse. To free herself, she must be loved by another also from a royal and…Details
This past week I saw the movie, Little Women, and found it to be truly heart-opening in a sweet and gentle way. As many of you are probably aware, the movie is an adaptation of the famous semi-autographical novel of the same name written by Louisa May Alcott in 1868. The movie portrays the four March…Details
A friend recently asked me how I heard about a particular movie I shared in a past email. And I realized that her question was a wonderful segue into today’s blog post where I want to share not only how I find the movies I write about, but also how movies can be a fun…Details
Last week, on a weekday morning, when the rest of the world was at work, I felt inspired to watch the Norwegian movie Thelma (in English subtitles.) I must admit I felt like I was a kid playing hooky from school. ? Yet something inside compelled me to watch this movie alone. In many ways,…Details
A few weeks ago, I shared on Facebook about a beautiful movie that I saw which was about crossroads we may face when having to choose between family obligations and following the path of our heart. The movie is Fill the Void, an Israeli drama in Hebrew with English subtitles. The film centers around Shira,…Details