posted on Feb, 11 2019 @ 10:19 AM
Being a movie buff and watching films more so than many others I was stunned I had never heard of this movie until I happen to come across it
searching through a service I have called catch up TV here in Australia.
Its called Sea of Trees, I watched it just the other day and logging on today I thought it would be an interesting film to suggest to those that
have an interest in the paranormal and various faiths that believe in spirits and making contact in ways that maybe blow your minds and convinces you
that there is another realm where we or some us go to after our lives end here.
To me the film and certain personal experiences have given me a deeper meaning to life which helps me keep on searching for my purpose of being
here in this realm in time frame that my life will encompass.
link to imdb page
a little summary from wiki about the film with no spoilers
The Sea of Trees is a 2015 American drama mystery film directed by Gus Van Sant and written by Chris Sparling. The film stars Matthew McConaughey,
Ken Watanabe, Naomi Watts, Katie Aselton and Jordan Gavaris. The film is about an American man who attempts suicide in Mount Fuji's "Suicide
Forest" where he meets a Japanese man who is there for the same reason.
the film got to me emotionally and had me crying like a baby at the end even though I had suspected who and what the ending would show during a scene
about half way through.
I would love to hear other peoples opinions if they have watched it or if anyone is willing to give it a look.
It seems to have gotten really bad reviews looking through google.
I guess its a film for those that can relate via personal experience that may still be struggling with or holding onto personal issues.
It helped me release emotionally and ease my depression.