I saw this film years ago (made in '79), and just saw it again now. I remembered the opening scene where a competition occurred including a man singing overtones (not Asian throat singing). This was supposedly based on the true story of Gurdjieff's early years. Since he was born in 1866, this would have been very early for such a 'western' adaptation. Perhaps the inclusion of overtone singing in the film was taking some liberties with history, but if there is any basis in truth, it has interesting implications. Any thoughts on this?
You can view the whole film here:http://www.sprword.com/videos/meetingswithremarkable/
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