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Gaining unique access to a secluded monastery in south west France called Plum Village, ‘Walk With Me’ is a contemplative look at the lives of the monks and nuns that study within it under the teaching of their renowned teacher, Thich Nhát Hanh. Watching them go about their daily routine of prayer and meditation, greeting visitors to the monastery and even attending international conferences or visiting relatives, the film reveals the peaceful existence these Buddhists seek and the ways in which they dedicate themselves to the art of mindfulness. Narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch, who voices extracts from Thich Nhát Hanh’s early journals, this is a thoughtful exploration of Buddhism and what it means to those who follow the teachings of it.
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Hostiles, Jupiter's Moon and Walk With Me also arrive in cinemas this week.
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