Synopsis: Loosely based on the article by Daniel Lumera; writer, lecturer, researcher, university professor and international reference point in the field of meditation (article included in the “World Report on Higher Education” of GUNI, UNESCO’s Global University Network for Innovation). The movie tells, through the experience of three young researchers, Manuela, Julia and Marc, the possibility of understanding the concept of Revolution, no longer as a reaction to a state of wrong situations, but as a proactive expression of a new internal consciousness.
Set in an old mountain farmhouse, of which we don’t know the exact geographic location; in a game of sounds and silences, memories and awareness of the present, closed and open eyes, which alternate external and internal environments and spaces, the three protagonists, sincerely question themselves about the meaning of life, guided by the presence of a meditation teacher. Together, they embark on a journey towards a more authentic self-realization, towards a deeper understanding and responsibility in the awareness of the interdependence between their inner world and external reality.
Giulia Efnael Viero
Giulia Efnael Viero was born as a photographer in 2008, within the Flux Lab Association of Turin, Laboratory of Integrated Arts, where she comes into contact with numerous artists of the Turin scene.
Thanks to the winning of the “CRITICA IN MOVIMENTO” award, Studio 28 Tv, she enters also the world of video and she stared to collaborate with the Italian Web Television platform “Studio 28Tv” and the European one of “Share Culture Tv”.
Parallel to his work as a videomaker, he began a profound journey of inner research, through Yoga and meditation, becoming a Yoga teacher and working within the research group “Il Filo d’Oro” with Daniel Lumera, international researcher and trainer in area of meditation and well-being.
These two passions, one for art and one for holistic disciplines, will end up coming together more and more: he starts documenting themed conferences, creating video art projects, up to making his first documentary film: THE SILENT REVOLUTION.