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Zen for Nothing is a movie starring Sabine Timoteo and Muho Nölke. ZEN FOR NOTHING tells of the experiences of Sabine Timoteo from Switzerland, as a "Zen novice" in Antaiji in Autumn, Winter and Spring.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Werner Penzel
Starring
Sabine Timoteo, Muho Nölke

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Werner Penzel
Writer Werner Penzel, Sabine Timoteo, Ayako Mogi
Stars Sabine Timoteo, Muho Nölke
Country Japan, Germany, Switzerland
Also Known As ZEN FOR NOTHING 何でもない禅
Runtime 1 h 40 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description ZEN FOR NOTHING tells of the experiences of Sabine Timoteo from Switzerland, as a "Zen novice" in Antaiji in Autumn, Winter and Spring.

Top reviews

Monday, 30 Mar 2020 15:59

I had the pleasure of seeing this film at the Sundance Film Festival. The filmmakers were kind enough to give me a advance screening of the film in the Music City theater. I was blown away by this film. It is a powerful, and haunting, film. This film, in many ways, represents the worst of what life is like in Iraq. The film does a good job of showing the devastation caused by the war on Iraq. The director chose to not go into the background of what the government of Iraq is doing in Iraq. Instead, he went into the everyday life of people, and how they are living and dying. The filmmakers succeeded in showing how the people of Iraq are being affected by the war on Iraq. The film showed the destruction of homes, factories, and businesses. The movie could have also been a mini-documentary on the toll of the war on Iraqis. But instead, the filmmakers were able to show the everyday life of Iraqis, and how they are living and dying. Many Iraqis have told me how much they love their country, and they still love their country. They are not going to let a war destroy them. The filmmakers did a great job of showing the destruction of Iraq, and how the war has affected their lives. Many Iraqis have told me that this film touched them deeply. But as I watched the film, I could also see how the filmmakers were able to tell the story in a very realistic and realistic way. The filmmakers did a great job at showing the suffering of Iraqis. They were able to show the tragedy of Iraq. The movie was great. It was a great documentary, and I look forward to seeing more from the filmmakers.
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 23:24

This is a movie about a very unusual and important problem in world: how to deal with a crisis of an ecological dimension without the collapse of the economy and with the collapse of civilization. It is a question of whether the world would be better with an increasing ecological crisis or with a massive population explosion. It's a question that cannot be answered by a scientific method, but only by an intellectual effort, in the same way as the problem of population is not a scientific question, but a social problem, which requires a radical political solution. We can answer the problem by closing the borders of the European Union, we can call a moratorium on immigration, or by introducing immigration quotas. But the problem of ecological crisis can only be solved by an act of a radical change in the political and economic system, which is not possible because it's a fundamentally economic system. It is a question of a fundamental and profound change in the way we live, but the question of political change is something completely different. The film is shot in a way that can be considered as a documentary, but it's not, because it is a movie, and the director, Erno Rubik, is not in a position to explain things. He does not want to make a movie about an ecological crisis, but a movie about a new way of living, not about a change of any kind. We can not find answers to the problems, but we can find a different way of living, and we can find the way of living in the movie.


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