The elderly Coleman and the young and brash Bobby learn what life is like from each other’s point of view when their bodies are unwittingly switched by way of transcendental meditation. But they’re not alone on their strange journey; Coleman’s wife, Gena is renewed in the body of Lainie, the girlfriend of Bobby’s best friend. Can they switch back?
Many people believe that Angels and Demons exist and are active in our world today. With demonic possessions on the rise and a world in chaos, it makes sense to those who have experienced and witnessed encounters with the divine to cope with their everyday lives.
What makes me a Sikh? That question posed by nine-year-old Zara Garcha starts a family’s journey to learn about their religion. The Garcha family explores Sikhism by visiting diverse Sikh communities around the world: meeting with a Maharaja, cheesemakers, fashionistas, farmers, and scholars to glean a better understanding of the world’s fifth largest religion. Their journey begins in Parma where they meet Sikhs who have a hand in creating Italy’s iconic Parmesan cheese. From there, the Garcha’s head east traveling to India to visit The Golden Temple, and learn about the historical foundations of the religion. As their travels continue their lived experience blends with academic insight and we see how the religion and culture has manifested itself throughout the world.
Amid a cacophony of car horns and swearing, on the manic streets of Cairo Egyptians vent their frustrations and air their hopes and joys. With a cast of drivers as diverse as the city’s population, Cairo Drive reveals the tumult of the city in the days leading up to the Egyptian Revolution. With an often delightfully comic edge, it captures the voices of a people who are unsure what the next turn in the road holds in store for them.