“The excellently crafted film led the spellbound audience from fascination to tears.”
Jill Lynne – Huffington Post
“The film is a pleasure – lush jewel tones on tapestries, temples, and statues.”
“Cinematic as the best of today’s documentaries.”
Hannah's charisma, courage, and example are brought to life through never-before-seen footage and photos and first-person interviews with the people who knew her best during her 61 years.
Following her life in Denmark and romance with Ole, through their pursuit of consciousness-expansion in the 60s, to their meeting the King of the Yogis in the Himalayas, to the shocking eruption of corruption and Chinese Communist influence in Tibetan Buddhism, and through her decades-long dedication to the adventure of waking people up to the nature of their minds around the globe, this film has won awards for its compelling story, its beautiful production, and Hannah's touching example.
For practitioners of Buddhism, this living portrait of Hannah brings a direct taste of her unshakability, grace, wisdom, humor, and luminousness that has inspired students and Tibetan rinpoches and lamas for more than 40 years.
Entrance Donation: $10
Doors open at 5:30pm, and the film will start at 6:00pm.
With the recent drop in temperature in the evenings, we recommend dressing comfortably and for the weather. Feel free to bring a blanket if you really want to get comfortable! You're also welcome to bring snacks to keep yourself satiated or to share with friends.
There is plenty of free, street parking available around the Center. When you arrive, use the call box to the right of the front door. Scroll through the names until you see "Diamond Way" and hit the "Call" button.