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BlissfulVisions.com The Magic of Ordinary Days
A pregnant-out-of-wedlock educated woman Olivia "Livy" Dunne (Keri Russel) is pressured into an arranged marriage with a lonely farmer Ray Singleton (Skeet Ulrich) by her minister father and the social mores of WWII American society. One mistake changed the course of her life. One man changed the direction of her heart. A Hallmark Hall of Fame production based on a novel of the same name by Ann Howard Creel and adapted as a teleplay by Camille Thomasson. It was directed by Brent Shields, produced by Andrew Gottlieb and co-stars Mare Winningham in a supporting role. The premiere broadcast on CBS in 2005 attracted 18.7 million viewers, making it the highest-rated television film since the 2001-02 season.

BlissfulVisions.com Something The Lord Made
Based on a true story, Alfred Blalock (1899-1964), a cardiologist (self-confident and impressed with his own importance), leaves Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee for Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland taking with him his lab technician, Vivien Thomas (1910-1985). Thomas, an African-American without a college degree, is a gifted mechanic and tool-maker with hands splendidly adept at surgery. In 1941, Blalock (Alan Rickman) and Thomas (Mos Def) take on the challenge of blue babies and invent bypass surgery and change the course of medicine forever. After serving 35 years as Director of Laboratories at John Hopkins University, Vivien Thoms is awarded an honorary doctorate degree. Without any education past high school, Thomas rose above poverty and racism to become a cardiac surgery pioneer and a teacher of operative techniques to many of the country's most prominent surgeons.

BlissfulVisions.com Morning Glory
In Depression-era America, Will Parker (Christpher Reeve) is on parole for murder, he answers a newspaper advertisement for a husband. It has been placed by a widow known in the nearby town of Whitney, as "Crazy Elly" (Deborah Raffin). She has two children and another is on the way; they are all by her first spouse, who died in an accident. Will is employed at Elly's farm as a hired hand, and in the months leading up to the birth of Elly's baby, they fall in love. They marry and are very happy until Will is set up for the murder of a local waitress by his former overseer. His imprisonment and a trial follow. With the support of his loving wife and the local librarian, Will fights for his freedom and a second chance at happiness. It is based on LaVyrle Spencer's 1989 novel of the same name.

BlissfulVisions.com Unacknowledged: Documentary by Dr. Steven Greer
Unacknowledged is named after the super-secret and illegal Unacknowledged Special Access Projects (USAPs) that deal with the UFO/ET issue. The behind-the-scenes research and high-level meetings convened by Dr. Steven Greer exposes the degree of illegal, covert operations at the core of UFO secrecy. The film and book takes the viewer behind the veil of secrecy and into the corridors of real power where the UFO secrets reside. The ruthless enforced secrecy involves the suppression of new energy and propulsion technologies that, once disclosed, would provide humanity with boundless clean energy, end global poverty and reverse environmental damage. Oil, gas, coal and nuclear power would go the way of the dinosaurs.

BlissfulVisions.com Sirius: Documentary by Dr. Steven Greer
The Earth has been visited by advanced Inter-Stellar Civilizations that can travel through other dimensions faster than the speed of light. They use energy propulsion systems that can bring us to a new era. Humans have also developed these systems, but those in power have suppressed them in order to keep us at the mercy of fossil fuels. SIRIUS was the most successful crowd-funded documentary in history, and it reached number 1 on Netflix for documentaries. The film was directed by Amardeep Kaleka and narrated by Thomas Jane. SIRIUS depicted a six-inch skeleton known as the Atacama skeleton and featured images and a DNA test of the skeleton. Genetic evidence showed that it was human.

BlissfulVisions.com Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind: Contact Has Begun
Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind means "proactive, human-initiated communication (from the grassroots level) with extraterrestrial beings." In this film, Dr. Steven Greer presents the most dangerous information that the architects of secrecy don’t want you to know: how forgotten spiritual knowledge holds the key to humans initiating contact with advanced ET civilizations. The film features groundbreaking video and photographic evidence and supporting interviews from prominent figures such as Adam Curry of Princeton’s PEAR Lab; legendary civil rights attorney Daniel Sheehan, and Dr. Russell Targ, who headed the CIA’s top-secret remote viewing program. Their message: For thousands of people, contact has begun. This is their story.

BlissfulVisions.com Chapel of Sacred Mirrors by Alex Grey
THE MOVIE is an invitation to personal reflection, growth, and harmony, leading spiritual adventurers on an enriching and sense-heightening journey into the visionary art cosmos of world-renowned painter, sculptor, and author Alex Grey. Grey is our guide on a cinematic pilgrimage through the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors gallery in New York City, where the artworks combine science and spiritual wisdom. Reflecting the human experience from birth to death and beyond, the vividly rendered depictions of human anatomy and transcendental imagery suggests the unity of all things. THE MOVIE reverently illuminates possibilities of enlightenment and the evolution of conscience and consciousness.

BlissfulVisions.com The Man Who Knew Infinity
Based on a true story, Jeremy Irons and Dev Patel star in this inspirational film about an obscure Indian mathematician whose groundbreaking theories changed mathematics forever. Based on the 1991 book of the same name by Robert Kanigel. The story of the life and academic career of the pioneer Indian mathematician, Srinivasa Ramanujan, and his friendship with his mentor, Professor G.H. Hardy. The film stars Dev Patel as Srinivasa Ramanujan, a real-life mathematician who, after growing up poor in Madras, India, earns admittance to Cambridge University during World War I, where he becomes a pioneer in mathematical theories with the guidance of his professor, G. H. Hardy, portrayed by Jeremy Irons.

BlissfulVisions.com The Secret
This self-help film uses documentary-style interviews with experts to explore the Law of Attraction — the spiritual truth that you attract the energy you exude (what goes around, comes around; you receive what you give; cause and effect; you create your reality). The film is an Australian-American spirituality documentary consisting of a series of interviews designed to demonstrate the New Thought "law of attraction," the belief that everything one wants or needs can be satisfied by believing in an outcome, repeatedly thinking about it, and maintaining positive emotional states to "attract" the desired outcome. The film also suggests that there has been a strong tendency by those in positions of power to keep this central principle hidden from the public.

BlissfulVisions.com Atheist Dies and Finds There Is Life After Death (Near-Death Experience)
Nancy Rynes shares the story of her Near-Death Experience, occurring during surgery after a car ran her over while she was riding her bicycle. During her encounter on the Other Side, Nancy describes experiencing a spiritual realm where she encountered a guide who showed her the interconnectedness of all things, which helped her develop a new awareness of the impact her actions have on others. After returning to her body, Nancy struggled to integrate her NDE into her life but ultimately chose a path of spiritual awakening through practices such as meditation and gratitude. She now helps others navigate their own spiritual journeys, recognizing the core purpose of learning to live from a place of love and compassion. Her story emphasizes the transformative power of NDEs and the pursuit of spiritual understanding amidst life's challenges.

BlissfulVisions.com The Maldonado Miracle
With half the population closing up shop and moving away, the remaining citizens of San Ramos, California, are giving up hope on their small dusty town. But when a devout parishioner witnesses what she believes to be blood dripping from the eyes of the Christ figure inside the church, the town becomes a magnet for religious pilgrims, fanatics, and the infirm, not to mention media and money interests. What the town doesn't know is that its hometown "miracle" is bound closely with the plight of a young boy, Jose Maldonado, an illegal immigrant who is desperately looking for his father and whom the townspeople are determined to capture and deport. This film is actress Salma Hayek directorial debut.

BlissfulVisions.com Stand By Me
A writer recounts a childhood journey with his friends to find the body of a missing boy. It's a coming-of-age drama film, directed by Rob Reiner. Based on Stephen King's 1982 novella The Body, with the title deriving from the song of the same name by Ben E. King, the film is set in the fictional town of Castle Rock, Oregon, in 1959, and stars Wil Wheaton, River Phoenix, Corey Feldman, and Jerry O'Connell (in his film debut). The film received positive reviews upon release and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay and for two Golden Globe Awards: one for Best Drama Motion Picture, and one for Best Director. It is considered by many to be one of the most influential films of the 1980s, as well as one of the greatest films of all time.

BlissfulVisions.com The Pursuit of Happyness
A struggling salesman takes custody of his son as he's poised to begin a life-changing professional career. A biographical drama directed by Gabriele Muccino and starring Will Smith as Chris Gardner, a homeless salesman. Smith's son Jaden Smith co-stars, making his film debut as Gardner's son, Christopher Jr. The screenplay by Steven Conrad is based on the best-selling 2006 memoir of the same name written by Gardner with Quincy Troupe. It is based on Gardner's nearly one-year struggle being homeless. The unusual spelling of the film's title comes from a mural that Gardner sees on the wall outside the daycare facility his son attended. The movie is set in San Francisco in 1981. Will Smith was nominated for an Oscar and a Golden Globe for Best Actor

BlissfulVisions.com The World's Fastest Indian
Based on an inspiring true story of New Zealander Burt Munro, an eccentric racer who spent years rebuilding a 1920 Indian motorcycle, which helped him set the land speed world record at Utah's Bonneville Salt Flats in 1967. Munro set numerous land speed records for motorcycles with engines less than 1,000 cc at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah in the late 1950s and into the 1960s. The film stars Anthony Hopkins, and was produced, written, and directed by Roger Donaldson. It was released on 7 December 2005 in New Zealand to positive reviews, and quickly became the highest grossing local film at the New Zealand box-office taking in NZ$7,043,000, and taking in over US$18,297,690 worldwide. The record Munro set more than 55 years ago still has not been broken to this day.

BlissfulVisions.com The Red Violin
An award-winning film. A blood-stained red violin built by a violin artist inspires passion, weaves a four centuries-long saga with the journey of a single instrument, over several owners and countries, eventually ending up at an auction in 1997 Montreal, Canada, where an appraiser gets caught up in a soul-wrenching moral conflict of stealing the violin for himself or letting it go to a new owner. The instrument was made in Cremona (Northern Italy) in 1681 with a future forecast by tarot cards. Directed by François Girard, and starring Samuel L. Jackson, Carlo Cecchi and Sylvia Chang. Production budget $15 million. U.S. box office gross $10 million. Canadian box office gross $3,378,800, making it one of the most seen English Canadian films in national box-office history. It was not a major hit overseas. A tale of mystery and attachment to materialistic obsessions across the centuries-old life of the violin.

BlissfulVisions.com Greenfingers
Based on a true story. A prison inmate with a green thumb goes on to compete in a national gardening competition. A British comedy film (2000) directed and written by Joel Hershman, and loosely based on the true story about the award-winning prisoners of HMP Leyhill, a minimum-security prison in the Cotswolds, England, a story published in The New York Times in 1998. The film received mixed-to-negative reviews. The film was shot in Britain in five weeks on a budget of $2.5 million, with the help of the Royal Horticultural Society and English garden designer Rosemary Verey. Domestic/Worldwide box office: $1,439,287. The film stars Clive Owen, Helen Mirren, David Kelly, and other British actors.

BlissfulVisions.com Dances With Wolves
Lieutenant John Dunbar​ (Kevin Costner), assigned to a remote ​American western ​frontier Civil War outpost, finds himself engaging with a neighbouring Sioux settlement, causing him to question his own purpose​ for being on the outpost and realizing the Army's attitude calling the original indigenous Indians "savages" is a myth. In reality, they are a civilized society. The film was directed, produced, and stars Kevin Costner in his feature directorial debut.​ It is a film adaptation of the 1988 novel Dances with Wolves, by Michael Blake​. The film earned favorable reviews from critics and audiences, who praised Costner's directing, the performances, screenplay, score, cinematography, and production values. It was a box office hit, grossing $424.2 million worldwide​ with an initial production budget of $15 million. The film was nominated for 12 awards at the 63rd Academy Awards and won 7, including Best Picture, Best Director for Costner. It is one of only four Westerns to win the Oscar for Best Picture​. It is credited as a leading influence for the revitalization of the Western genre of filmmaking in Hollywood.

BlissfulVisions.com Paul McCartney Really Is Dead: The Last Testament of George Harrison
The "Paul is Dead" legend exploded worldwide in 1969 and was considered a hoax. On July 1, 2005, an unsolicited package arrived at the Hollywood offices of Joel Gilbert, director and producer of Highway 61 Entertainment from London with no return address. Inside are two mini-cassette audio tapes dated December 30, 1999 and labeled THE LAST TESTAMENT OF GEORGE HARRISON. A mysterious voice identical to Harrison reveals a shocking story and secret Beatles history: Paul McCartney was killed in a car crash in November 1966 and replaced with a double (William Campbell). British intelligence, MI5, had forced the Beatles to cover up McCartneys death to prevent what MI5 thought would occur if Paul's death was announced to the public: mass suicides of Beatle fans, worldwide. However, the remaining Beatles tried to signal fans with clues on album covers and in songs. What follows is the revelation of a cover up, dozens of unknown clues, and a dangerous cat and mouse game with Maxwell, the Beatles MI5 handler, as John Lennon became increasingly distraught with Paul's death and reckless with the secret and deceptive cover-up.

BlissfulVisions.com Seraphine
Based on a true story, the film follows the life of a middle-aged housekeeper, Séraphine Louis, who has a remarkable talent for painting. Untaught, she finds great appreciation in the beauty found in nature, especially her daily walks to work where she proudly and humbly stops to gaze at trees. Uhde, a noted art critic, encounters her first as a housekeeper and then sees one of her paintings, which he regards as very promising. Uhde firmly assures her she has a talent and that he will look after her and promote her work. He begins buying her pictures and encouraging her to do nothing but paint, giving her a generous monthly stipend. But, he is a German and has to flee France and leave Séraphine when WWI breaks out in 1914. Seraphine is mentally unbalanced, and it gets the best of her. Unde decides to care for her well-being and secures her a room in an institution which enables her to go outside, where she can enjoy the beauties of nature. It is revealed that she died in 1942 and that her art became famous and respected. The film was nominated for 12 Cinema Awards and won in 9 categories, including Best Film.

BlissfulVisions.com Noble (2014)
Based on a true story of love in action. The extraordinary true story of the fearless and fiesty Irish heroine, Christina Noble, who overcomes the harsh dysfunctional difficulties of her childhood in the slums of Ireland to realize her incredible destiny on the slum streets of Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon) in Vietnam. Christina Noble is a name many may not know but after seeing NOBLE, thanks to not only the subject of the film, but the well crafted storytelling of writer/director Stephen Bradley and indelible life-affirming performances by Dierdre O’Kane, Sarah Greene and Gloria Cramer Curtis as Christina Noble at various points in time, you will not only want to know the name, but the woman. An amazing woman. An inspiring story. A powerful and moving film. Winner of several major film awards in 2014 including Best Feature, Best Audience Award, Best Foreign Film, Best International Film, Panavision Spirit Award for Independent Cinema.

BlissfulVisions.com Above Majestic: Documentary (2018)
On September 10, 2001, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld announced that $2.3 trillion dollars could not be accounted for within Department of Defense expenditures. The very next day the Pentagon’s budget analyst’s office was destroyed in the 9/11 attack. The mystery remains: Where are the missing trillions? "Above Majestic" is a shocking and provocative look at what it would take to hide a multi-trillion-dollar Secret Space Program (a clandestine group of elite military and corporate figureheads charged with reverse-engineering extraterrestrial technology also known as the “Majestic 12”) from the public and the implications this would have for humanity. Viewers will be guided through take a deep dive into the origins, technologies, history, cover ups, conspiracies, testimony and research that goes beyond and Above Majestic. Featuring some the most prominent and prolific authors, researchers, whistle-blowers and disseminators in the movement for Truth and Full Disclosure. This includes David Wilcock, Corey Goode, John Desouza, William Tompkins, David Adair, Laura Eisenhower, Niara Isley, and Jordan Sather.

BlissfulVisions.com The Imitation Game
During World War II, the English mathematical genius Alan Turing (played by Benedict Cumberbatch) designs a machine that cracks the German Enigma code with help from fellow mathematicians, saving millions of lives. While Turing attempts to come to terms with his troubled private life, he falls in love with Joan Clarke (played by Keira Knightley) a Cambridge graduate, who Turing hires because she is highly talented at solving cryptographic puzzles. The film portrays the nail-biting race against time by Turing and his brilliant team at Britain's top-secret code-breaking center, Bletchley Park, during the darkest days of World War II. The film is based on the 1983 biography Alan Turing: The Enigma by Andrew Hodges. The film received eight nominations at the 87th Academy Awards (including Best Picture), winning for Best Adapted Screenplay; five nominations at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards; and three nominations at the 21st Screen Actors Guild Awards. It also received nine BAFTA nominations, and won the People's Choice Award at the 39th Toronto International Film Festival. Alan Turing's legendary work formed the basis of modern computers.


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