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Title year:1986
Original dialogue(s):English
French narration
Running time:79 min 48 sec
Premiere date:14-01-88 Montréal (Milieu) vf January 14, 1988
Description:Tired of living in the modern world, where ‘‘having’’ is more important than ‘‘being’’, Marcel decides to go to India to tap into a source of wisdom that is thousands of years old, and still alive. This inner quest begins on Mount Arunachala, in the south of India, and continues to the source of the Ganges River, at Badrinath, in the heart of the Himalayas. On this long journey, Marcel meets and listens to many gurus who give him teachings on self-knowledge.

Credited as:
Director(s):Jean-Pierre Piché
Screen writer(s):Sid Goldberg
Jean-Pierre Piché
Marcel Poulin

Credited as:
Producer(s):Jean-Pierre Piché
Co-producers(s):Robert Baylis
Associate producers(s):Jacques Augustin
Sid Goldberg
Howard Reitman

Credited as:
Editor(s):Jean-Pierre Piché
Musician(s):Jean-Pierre Labrèche
Photography:Claude La Rue

Support:16mm Col Kodak

Release:MontréalSeptember 16, 1988
U.S.November 24, 1988
CanadaNovember 25, 1988

Financial %:
Co-finance:Country production

Laboratory:Sonolab Inc.

Distribution area:QuebecQc Les Productions du Temps Moderne Inc.
USUS Movie Visions (San Francisco)

CFFD Reference No.: 1641