Meetings With Remarkable Men (1979)

Original Title : Meetings with Remarkable Men
Director : Peter Brook
Writer : Peter Brook
G.I. Gurdjieff
Jeanne Salzmann
Genre : Biography
Country : UK
Language : English
Producer : Michael Currer-Briggs , Stuart Lyons , Robert Watts
Music : David Hykes
Laurence Rosenthal
Photography : Gilbert Taylor
Distributor : La Belle Enterprise
IMDB ID : 0079542
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Meetings With Remarkable Men (1979) - Peter Brook


¬Gr√©goire Aslan Armenian Priest/Le pr√™tre arm√©nien
¬Martin Benson Dr. Ivanov
¬Colin Blakely Tamil
¬Mikica Dimitrijevic Young Gurdjieff
¬Cimenli Fahrettin Father Giovanni
¬Athol Fugard Professor Skridlov
¬Marius Goring Captain (as Constantin de Goguel
¬Malcolm Hayes Teacher
¬Paul Henley Soloviev
¬Ahmet Kutbay Pavlov
¬Dragan Maksimovic G.I. Gurdjieff
¬David Markham Dean Borsh
¬Warren Mitchell Gurdjieff's Father
¬Abbas Moayeri Yelov
¬Natasha Parry Vitvitskaia
¬Oscar Peck Father Maxim
¬Fabijan Sovagovic Dervish
¬Terence Stamp Prince Lubovedsky
¬Donald Sumpter Pogossian
¬Gerry Sundquist Karpenko
¬Sami Tahasuni Bogga Eddin
¬Alan Tilvern Artillery Officer
¬Ben Zimet 


The story of G.I. Gurdjieff and his travels to achieve enlightenment and inner growth. Beginning with his childhood, the movie follows his journeys through Central Asia as he discovers new levels of spirituality through music, dance and near-encounters with death.


A struggle to stay awake, 30 April 2002 Author: Peter Forster ( I echo other reviewers in their description of this as a film for those who are spiritual seekers. Others will probably find it rather slow and dull.One of the main points of Gurdjieff's philosophy is that most people are asleep. This film depicts the effort it takes to become, and to stay, awake.My impression is that this is a film by someone who has studied what Gurdieff said about himself and his philosophy (Try 'All and Everything' if you want to get into the details of that), but not what others have said about him. The more you get to know what those who knew him said about him, the less likely you would be to present him in such a rosy light. Frankly, he comes across as a bit of a git who used some rather naive spiritual seekers to his own ends.I enjoyed the movie, but see it as something of a positive skimming over Gurdjieff's early years.
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