Last Friday night I saw the premiere of the film director Tom Shadyac’s new documentary called I Am. The film opens nationwide in February so be on the lookout for it. I’d recommend it if you are curious at all about what you think it might take for the economies of the world to change. Shadyac was the producer of movies including Liar Liar, Bruce Almighty, Ace Ventura Private Detective, Nutty Professor and Patch Adams. I found the movie uplifting, as though I had attended a cell revivial. It reminded that it takes a whole lotta little things for big things to happen. Every little act counts, including just saying hello.
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