MAKE LIKE A MONK
WATCH A MASTER OF MINDFULNESS AT WORK
Walk with Me might sound like an Aaron Sorkin character demanding a pedeconference, but this documentary is actually quite the opposite (and all the dialogue in the film is more or less condensed into the trailer). It’s an 88-minute sojourn at Plum Village, the meditation centre in southwest France run by Vietnamese Zen Buddhist monk Thích Nhát Hanh, one of the leading proponents of mindfulness, who teaches his followers to appreciate the here and now.
Or as he more monkily puts it: “The past is no longer there. The future is not yet there. There’s only the present moment.” —
Out in cinemas on 5 January