Movie Review: On Yoga - The Architecture of Peace
Chiiz|Volume 43
Movie Review: On Yoga - The Architecture of Peace
About Michael A renowned photojournalist Michael O’Neill experienced physical healing through yoga. His film pays tribute to the practice and teachers of yoga through this 10-years in making the film. The film explores all the significant facets of yoga through still photography, interviews, and video.
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Director and Producer: Heitor Dhalia

Genre: Documentary, Performing Arts

Cinematographer: Adolpho Veloso

Music director: Silvio Piesco

Running Time: 87 min

In Theatres: Nov 09, 2017 (Brazil)

Language: English

This is not a documentary about yoga; this is a film about a man’s search. Its opening scene says it all. Photographer Michael O’Neill looks for some of his best pictures and shows them to the camera. In his 25-year career, the photographer lenses captured Orson Welles, Paul Newman, Jack Nicholson, and Martin Scorsese, among other film legends. His portfolio includes clients as Fortune Magazine, Vanity Fair, and Glamour Magazine but fortune, vanity and glamour weren’t enough to make him happy. A drastic event changed his life, and O’Neill turned to yoga.


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