One With Everything (1998) [Short]

USA (MIFF 1999 , Captured - Ways of Being)
Director: Daniel Reeves

Described by Daniel Reeves as "an iconoclastic and manic romp through the dream fields of spiritual materi­alism", One Wilh Everything attempts to lay to rest several perennially unanswered questions. Featuring an errant Zen monk and 49 lawn ornaments, brilliantly shot and edited, this is a magical and hilarious representation of contemporary Buddhism. While his previous works on mystical subjects Amida (1993), Sabda (1984) and A Mosaic tor the Kali Yuga (1984-6) have emulated the structure and poetry of their source material, here Reeves takes license with the hallowed belief system.

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