- SKU: 19428358
- Release Date: 09/20/2011
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Most scientists will attest to the fact that staring into the sun - especially for protracted periods of time - is highly unwise, and can lead to physiological problems up to, and including, permanent blindness. Yet small sects of "sungazers" around the world passionately disagree with this assessment, such as a religious sect known as the International Community of Christ - Church of the Second Advent, and an Indian man who refers to himself as "HRM." Those fond of sungazing claim that it can lead to significant health benefits, including an absorption of energy and nutrients so strong that one can live sans regular food intake. In this way-offbeat documentary, director Peter Sorcher introduces the audience to Mason Dwinell, a sungazer pushing himself to achieve HRM's total sungazing time of 44 minutes each day. Sorcher follows Dwinell over the course of his journey, as he achieves a deeper and more startling understanding of the practice than he ever imagined possible. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi