I'm guilty of being one of those people that loves philosophy when it's packaged in an entertaining way like this. I had to watch it twice because it will make you think about how you're living your life.
The narrator of this film is a famous British philosopher named Alan Watts. '...best known as an interpreter and populariser of Eastern philosophy for a Western audience. His philosophies seem to transcend ego, politics and limitations. His monologues have a powerful way of connecting distant abstract ideas with the present moment and his words have a unique way of putting life into perspective. Life is a gift.'