Ram Dass: Fierce Grace

A Harvard colleague, and fellow LSD experimenter, of Timothy Leary in the early 1960s, professor Richard Alpert became the renowned spiritual guru and writer Ram Dass (which means "Servant of God"). Best known for his 1971 bestseller "Be Here Now", which was a spiritual touchstone of the era, Ram Dass became an inspiration to people across the globe. See how the son of a railroad president became a '60s icon, and how he worked to recover from a near-fatal stroke in 1997, in this fascinating documentary from filmmaker Mickey Lemle.

Year: 2001
Genre: Documentaries, Film Festivals 2003, General Docos, Spiritual & Philosophical
Country: USA
Director: Mickey Lemle
Starring: Ram Dass
Duration: 93 Minutes
Rating: Ex
Location in store: Documentary (Spiritual and Philosophical)
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