Monthly Archives: May 2010

Off the Map [2003] : Off the Map : Photo #10927030

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I’m reposting this because I don’t like videos that start on their own..the sound is distracting for the rest of my blog..so here is take two: I just watched this movie. A friend recommended it and I’m so glad that he did. I hadn’t realized how much I missed New Mexico and the high deserts that I lived on for so long. This movie reminded me how I could literally be stunned into silence and the moment by stopping to look at the vista…forgetting what I had just been doing and what I was headed to. The story proceeds slowly as it deeply portrays the beauty and power of the New Mexico landscape. It also sweetly shows the power of personal transformation. The cinematography is stunning! Campbell Scott directed and produced it and I’ve always been impressed with anything he has been a part of it. His intelligence and intensity always shines through whatever he does. Check it out!! I even found sites via google, where you can watch the movie for free!

Katelon T. Jeffereys

Seattle Life Coach

www.empowerandbalance.com

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Movie Review of “Angel-A”

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I just watched this movie after reading a review on another Posterous blog by Clementine “Reflection of me”. I found it to be a very sweet story, reminiscent of the German film “Wings of Desire”, which I also loved. The scenery was beautiful, the story touching…romantic, funny and witty. I loved it’s message about learning to love yourself! Hope you enjoy it!

Katelon T. Jeffereys

Seattle Life Coach

www.empowerandbalance.com

Movie Trailer – “The Sensation of Sight”

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I just watched this movie and loved it! I found it in the library and didn’t know anything about it. At first i thought it might be too slow but as I got drawn into the beauty of the cinematography, the depth of the conversation that carried it forward, and the pathos in each character’s life, I realized that it is quite a special film. I loved that it had this inquiry into life and purpose as the main character not only struggled with his inability to move past a tragedy that had happened, but how he connected some way with the loneliness and emotional hurdle all the other characters were in the midst of as well. It had humor as well as drama and was very well acted. I highly recommend it.

Katelon T. Jeffereys

Seattle Life Coach

www.empowerandbalance.com