This film is presented in three parts with two intermissions.
One screening only!
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.
This is an epic meditation on their audacious living experiment and history, and its untold aftermath.
Clocking in at around 4.5 hours, this elegant essay is something to behold and screens one time only and in the heart of where it happened.
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