My Father's Glory (La Gloria de Mon Pere)
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My Father's Glory (La Gloria de Mon Pere)
This 1990 French film presents idyllic episodes from the childhood of novelist and filmmaker Marcel Pagnol (1895-1974). Together, the episodes present a portrait of an ordinary family with an extraordinary ability to love. Set in Provencal in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the film first introduces members of the family, including Marcel (Julien Ciamaca). When he is still a preschooler, his father Joseph, a teacher, takes him to classes to watch over him. Marcel, however, learns along with the other children and starts to read out loud in class. Astonished, Joseph (Philippe Caubčre)… More
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"Shows how the embrace of place enables us to nourish our inner identity and to stretch our consciousness"
‑ Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, Spirituality and Practice
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