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Ta-daa, it happened! The Reconnection campaign has crossed the finishing line with 100% success. And it means the online premiere is coming soon!
Thank you everyone, who believed in us and has helped us! It would not be possible without you. Your support is the service you rendered to Vrindavan, because it brings the film in front of the eyes of many.
The release of Reconnection, a feature film set in Vrindavan that has won 15 awards at international film festivals, is coming closer to reality.
We have prepared GREAT NEW REWARDS, for those who joins us in this service to Vrindavan on this last stretch, which means time is running!
– An exclusive downloadable copy of Glimpses of Vraja in HD quality (a remastered HD copy, never released in this quality before)
– A downloadable copy of the film (still exclusive, as after the release the film will be available only online).
Thank you so much ..the movie is fabulous, and connects one to Vrindavan
Lately I rarely indulge myself watching films. I am very accurate in my choices, my free time is very precious to me. Yesterday was that day – I have watched the film which I awaited for a long time. It’s a film of my friends. Film about probably the most important and prominent, about something that we search for all our life, about how someone gets lucky to find it. Film about searching oneself, internal search, if you would, a spiritual search. A religious film without any obvious religious agenda.
It’s a film about India. As strange as it is, but it’s a feature film. For me all the films about India are divided into two categories: “vivid, saturated, bold” and “dirty, greedy, destructive”. This story didn’t fit any of these, not by its narrative, nor by its style. Hmm…it looks like new French cinéma nouveau – soft, with story unfolding in no rush, about a small part of our regular life, but full of feelings, excitement, despite the lack of dynamics. Such films are filled with inner action and leave impression for a long time.
It has many symbols of our life, lucky life, active life. We live amongst ideas, in a virtual world, by categories of the future, holding onto material values of now. But real life is not inside our phones and virtual projects, not in battles over our “personal space” and our Self. Life happens beyond it. Who are those other people? Should they be valued? Is it possible to see a personality in other person, vendor on the street, kid, beggar, cleaner? Should we get off our pedestal of labels and start communicating with them? To learn to trust others, start helping them. Become a bit more open, more tolerant. To learn to accept and let people in your internal circle. Value others. Learn to accept reality as it is – be it a gift from a stranger or destruction of your house. It’s frightening. Really. In such service you start seeing a path to your soul. To the Divine. And it doesn’t matter how your God is named. “It all starts only when the heart opens”.
It’s a soft and laconic film. Beautifully shot. For me – a fan of Indian tradition and color, it’s a continuous joy.
It was amazing seeing familiar faces. All of them are not actors at all. It’s a real film made by real people that aren’t related to film industry about real people and told by themselves.
Very good movie. nice piece of work by the whole team. congratulations team Reconnection..
We also watched recently. Amazing Vrindavan dham. Magical dham. Thank you, Govinda Maharaj for presenting the potency of the dham, so wonderfully. Very useful for preaching.
Just watched Reconnection the movie and it was amazing! So well done! No wonder it won so many film festival awards. Thank you, Govinda Maharaj and all the others who worked on this. You really captured the Vrindavan I know and love — the place, the people, the mood. The footage of Kurma Rupa prabhu was an unexpected bonus. Jaya Jaya Sri Radhe Shyam!