An isolated, high mountain village of indigenous people called the Mokie lose their Shaman. With no Shaman to guide them, the Mokie abandon their old traditional ways. The young Mokie grow up with no spiritual traditions to help them understand their home and hold them there. Their roots loose, they seek new places and begin to cross the Green Mountains and settle into the cities on the other side. The older Mokie mourn the loss of their traditions and their young people. They grow more and more hopeless until one day, a strong winter storm blows a large noisy black crow and an oddly dressed newcomer into their village. Is the stranger the Shaman they need to save their old traditions and make their way of life better again?
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The Green Mountain Shaman is now out on audio book! Reading the Green Mountain Shaman is Kayvan Beklik , a London based actor and film maker. Kayvan began at Oxford, but life led him in another direction, and he attended The Lee Strasburg Theatre, and The City Literary Institute. A talented man with a wonderful voice, Kayvan speaks seven languages, he acts,
dances and sings, and plays instruments and does voiceovers. He is the producer and director of Sweet Pea Production Films. His film, "Lights Out", was a Hamburg International Short Film Festival Official Selection for 2016.