“That’s the flaw with words. They always force us to feel enlightened, but when we turn around to face the world they always fail us and we end up facing the world as we always have, without enlightenment. For this reason, a sorcerer seeks to act rather than to talk and to this effect he gets a new description of the world – a new description where talking is not that important, and where new acts have new reflections”
Carlos Castaneda

Tales of Power

3 Monkeys

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3 Monkeys is a rare breathtaking experience. I was amazed by the amazing dance of direction and photography in this film. There were scenes in which the power of human presence was overwhelming – the backdrop was silent yet filled with potential that was ignited by the most delicate human presence. Characters had just enough time (never too little and never too much) to appear.  Small gestures, powerful relationships, unspoken words. Delightful movie.

I so enjoyed it that this time instead of a movie trailer I put together a sequence of still images that I loved in the movie. Enjoy 🙂

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