What if a family’s problems involved events deep in the past? A past life?
“One Hand Clapping” … Reincarnation in a small Texas town.
Way To Go Media currently has its next feature film project, “One Hand Clapping” in active development. It is currently scheduled for production and more information will be released as the project develops.
Here is a short synopsis of the project: “Set in the small Texas town of Daylight, this story is a multi-generational family drama that explores how the possibility of reincarnation can help three brothers make peace with their dying father, with the help of his 8-year-old grandson.”
The story’s themes involve: problematic familial relationships, mostly between brothers and between father and son; inner child trauma and healing; meditation as a mechanism for realization and healing; reincarnation as a device and vehicle for both trauma and healing; and multi-generational familial love.
For those of you who would like more information about the project, or would like to be involved at some level, either with the film’s development, social media, marketing, production, it’s metaphysical nature, finance, crowdfunding, distribution, release, or in some other way, please fill out the form below and we will email you information about the project. Thanks for your interest!
(Note: the term ‘one hand clapping’ comes from the old (and popular) zen koan – “What is the sound of one hand clapping?” A koan is basically a mental exercise, usually a paradox, used to quiet the mind and make it easier to meditate. Eventually the mind figures out (hopefully) that there is no real quantifiable or qualifiable answer. Essentially this facilitates one to become free of the mind’s trappings, and allows one to intuitively ‘grok’ spiritual concepts. In our film “One Hand Clapping,” we explore the possibility of this type of intuitive answer.)