Direct from its success in the 2020 Revelation Film Festival for one screening only, this elegant essay is something to behold in the heart of where it happened.
In 1981, a group known as “the Orange People,” established a large, vibrant commune and ashram in the centre of Fremantle. They were disciples of the controversial spiritual teacher, Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, and devotees to his worldwide movement.
In their vision for a higher consciousness revolution, they would experience a spectacular and public rise and fall in the space of a few years.
An epic meditation on the audacious living experiment and untold aftermath of the Rajneesh sannyasin movement as told by sannyasins and ex-sannyasins directed by Joseph London.
Please note: Because of the length of this film, there will be two short intervals for a comfort break or popcorn top up!