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A ground-breaking "docu-fiction" that masterfully blends reality and drama, actors and real people, Finding Happiness captures a joyful reality, told directly from the heart and soul of the people who are actually living it. Juliet (Elisabeth Rohm, Law and Order, American Hustle; Stalker), a fictional New York investigative journalist with a fair amount of skepticism and a dash of curiosity, takes us on a journey to see how real people are living together in an harmonious, cooperative, peaceful, conscious community called Ananda - which means "joy". Her unwanted assignment leads her to unexpected discoveries about her story and about herself.

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Synopsis

A ground-breaking “docu-fiction” that masterfully blends reality and drama, actors and real people, Finding Happiness captures a joyful reality, told directly from the heart and soul of the people who are actually living it. Juliet (Elisabeth Rohm, Law and Order, American Hustle; Stalker), a fictional New York investigative journalist with a fair amount of skepticism and a dash of curiosity, takes us on a journey to see how real people are living together in an harmonious, cooperative, peaceful, conscious community called Ananda – which means “joy”. Her unwanted assignment leads her to unexpected discoveries about her story and about herself.

Rating:
G
Genre:
Inspirational
Run time:
95 minutes
Languages:
English
Subtitles:
English
Based on idea by::
Swami Kriyananda
Director:
Ted Nicolaou
Executive Producer:
Santoshi Nancy Kendal , Shivani Lucki
Producer:
Roberto Bessi, Frank Hildebrand
Cast:
Elisabeth Rohm, John M. Jackson, David Eby, Swami Kriyananda
Reviews

“Illuminating a joyful life that seems a distant dream to most people, the new film Finding Happiness reveals productive lifestyles filled with peace, harmony, compassion and love.”

“The film Finding Happiness is a beautiful invitation to the Ananda spiritual community, wrapped lightly in the framework of a story.”