The Prophet

(2011)
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Gary Tarn has grappled with the Lebanese poet and thinker Kahlil Gibran's classic 'The Prophet' from 1923, which is famous worldwide for its main character's simple, inspiring answers to the questions with which all of us grapple. From love to crime, from marriage to work, from beauty to the ultimate death. Instead of a traditional film adaptation Tarn has been guided by actress Thandie Newton's reading of the text - and then traveled around the world with his 16mm and HD camera and filmed people, situations and places that resonate with, rather than illustrate, the text's themes.

  1. Gary Tarn

    Director

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  1. Thandie Newton

    Thandie Newton

    Narrator

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  • 3 januar 2011
    Theatrical

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Original Language engelsk

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