ANICCA - Embracing Change (2017)

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ANICCA is a very personal, honest and inspirational documentary about key issues regarding our struggle with change: fear, courage, trust and the big challenge of accepting reality as it is. 

Most of us struggle with things that we cannot change, such as the inevitability of death. We also struggle with things that we can change, like finding a more meaningful job, a happier relationship or dealing with ethical issues such as buying fair-trade clothes.

To try and discover why we are this way, author Claus Mikosch went on a journey. He traveled to four different countries and talked to eight very different people: A mother, a school teacher, a rapper, a Buddhist, a yoga teacher, a clown, an ex-banker turned sailor and a funeral celebrant.

"It both inspired me as well as thumped me in the face – simply powerful!"

www.aniccathefilm.com
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