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For centuries, Asian families have been going on temple retreats lasting anything from a few days to a few years. Now Westerners are turning to this way of getting in touch with their own selves. The number of meditation centers opening to welcome them show this. A monastery, a meditation center, a retreat and cultural camp or a choice of tourist circuits. But at what price?

This return to spiritual basics around the world, this rejection of the failings of the modern world, these original methods of treatment, are they within anyone's reach? An investigation into the craze for spiritual journeys.

52mnHD
  • Format one-off
  • Available versions French
  • Rights All Rights / Worldwide

BREATHE: YOGA SAVED MY LIFE

A path to healing
After a risky back surgery, a man in his 40’s ended up paralysed. He was told that he will never be able to walk again. After years of suffering, he found a path to healing in practising yoga. This inner journey not only brings him back in touch with himself, but also opens him to...
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EATING LIKE A POPE

Gastronomy in the Vatican
What do popes eat? How do people eat in the Vatican? From Eve’s apple to the miracles, food has always had a special place among Roman Catholics. This film opens the lid on a little known world: the gastronomy of the Vatican.
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IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF GURU NANAK

The Sikh religion founder
“Man is not born free. He is born to free himself.” This sentence is attributed to the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak. This film is about the last great monotheistic religion that was born in the 15th century in the region of Punjab, Pakistan. Guru Nanak is the first spiritual...
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MALDIVES: GLOBAL WARMING AND SHARIA

A doomed paradise
The Maldives archipelago, made of idyllic islands lost in the middle of the Indian Ocean, is a fragile paradise. Global warming is already causing coral destruction, rising sea levels and coastal erosion. Eventually, 80% of the Maldives could be submerged. Tourism has harmful effects such...
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MALI, IN THE NAME OF SHARIA

The Islamic yoke
They cut the hands of thieves, veil women, prohibit music and dance ... This is an exclusive report from northern Mali where Islamist extremists have imposed their laws. A vision of Islam that many Malians do not adhere to so they flee to the capital, Bamako, where they can still enjoy...
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26mnHD

THE MISSING LINK

The peaceful coexistence of religions
Father Emile Bombiri was born in Daboura, a village in Burkina Faso. Eschewing strong local traditions, he decided to become a priest and dedicate his life to the development of his village, regardless of the creeds of its inhabitants. Dabura was home to the Bwabas, a mostly fetishist...
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THE PARANORMAL ZONE

“What we See may not be real. What is real we may not see”
Enter THE PARANORMAL ZONE with Li Kim and her team as they investigate classified, strange and unexplained phenomena in Asia. Do you dare to sit in a cemetery at night? Make contact with the unseen residents of haunted houses? Touch the bloody remains of a cursed fetus? Venture into the...
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