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Source:  The New York Times

Maintaining a respectful, purely observational approach in ‘Walk With Me,” directors Max Pugh and Marc J. Francis introduce viewers to Plum Village, a community of Zen Buddhists in rural France.

Their Vietnamese teacher, Thich Nhat Hanh, forced into exile in 1966 over his opposition to the Vietnam War, is credited with introducing the practice of mindfulness to welcoming Westerners

Read the story at The New York Times and watch the trailer below.

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