Indigo

Indigo

Director: Stephen Simon

Cast: Neale Donald Walsch

     
 

Life as seen through the eyes of a child can be full of wonder, but life as seen through the eyes of an Indigo child can spread that sense of childlike perception to others and open paths to them that they may have never imagined. Shortly after Ray's (writer/director Neale Donald Walsch) business fails as a result of his unprincipled tactics, the weary grandfather is…  See more details below

Overview

Life as seen through the eyes of a child can be full of wonder, but life as seen through the eyes of an Indigo child can spread that sense of childlike perception to others and open paths to them that they may have never imagined. Shortly after Ray's (writer/director Neale Donald Walsch) business fails as a result of his unprincipled tactics, the weary grandfather is entrusted with the safety of his ten-year-old granddaughter, Grace (Meghan McCandless). Though Ray is at first somewhat apprehensive about his new charge, the discovery that Grace's father has grown increasingly unstable leaves the devoted grandfather no choice but to help offer his young granddaughter the love and stability that her mother and father cannot. As Ray and Grace attempt to escape the young girl's troubled past, the gifted child opens her jaded grandfather up to a whole new way of looking at the world.

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Somewhere in Time and What Dreams May Come producer Stephen Simon steps behind the camera to direct this family drama, which takes its title from the new age phenomenon described as "Indigo Children." A cultural evolution from mere "gifted" children, Indigo kids are highly creative nonconformists, often with natural leadership qualities, and are sometimes presumed to possess sensory powers beyond those of average humans. The extraordinary child at the core of this movie is a ten-year-old named Grace (Meghan McCandless), who is temporarily entrusted to her grandfather for safekeeping. The grandfather -- portrayed by Conversations with God author Neale Donald Walsch, who also co-wrote the film's script -- reluctantly takes on this charge but soon comes to realize the child's remarkable abilities. Her feat? Pulling together her dysfunctional family, healing their old wounds, and leading them to "a place of unity." Co-written by James F. Twyman, author of the book Emissary of Love: The Psychic Children Speak to the World, the inspirational film Indigo earned the Audience Award at the Santa Fe Film Festival in 2003.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/26/2005
UPC:
0012233257427
Original Release:
2003
Rating:
NR
Source:
Monterey Video
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:29:00
Sales rank:
76,727

Special Features

Filmmaker profiles; Conversation with the filmmakers; About Indigo children; A Glimpse of the "Making Of..."; Trailer

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Indigo [7:58]
2. The Bust [7:33]
3. Five Years Later [12:42]
4. Grace [10:28]
5. On the Road [10:35]
6. Indigo Child [12:44]
7. Believe [11:27]
8. The Son [8:37]
9. The Reunion [1:18]

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