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Indigo (2003)

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This poignant film, co-written by and starring Neale Donald Walsch (author of the bestselling Conversations With God), weaves the journey of a troubled family with the search for understanding that can bring them together.

An estranged grandfather, his unprincipled business world in collapse, finds himself uncomfortably entrusted with his 10-year-old granddaughter's safety. Together they flee from her unstable father, embarking on an extraordinary passage of self-discovery in which this exceptional child gradually gains his love and guides her family to a place of unity.

Indigo children and their ability to communicate in unique ways with each other, heal, and even foresee events, are well documented. This inspirational film, Indigo, from producer Stephen Simon (Somewhere in Time and What Dreams May Come) and co-written by James Twyman (author of the bestselling Emissary of Light) and Neale Donald Walsch, serves as an affirmation of spiritual principles universal to all mankind.

Stephen Simon

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Maidenhair, posted on December 12, 2014

Standing Ovation this was an incredible story of Indigo children and coming in events we face upon this Planet as of this very day
Indigo children have the Miraculous Air waves as they say Grid that are used on a lower plane of existence with others in teaching so much more than we have awakened too..
Thank you for this Story

Ruth8, posted on September 10, 2014

I have to say I was wondering about Indigo's and I found the movie entertaining. I would also say that for enablers it would have a message of how interference may back fire.

cecianddavid, posted on May 18, 2014

sad and bad it did't play.!!

to_thale, posted on April 17, 2013

Dreadfully stiff acting. Painful to watch. Move on.

pete_didy, posted on April 16, 2013

This is 1 movie you and your girlfriend wont want to pass up on. Made in 2003 and its depth of detail is still bang on. Great music, good acting, great plot, has many scenes that gives you goose bumps. - Pete Raw

RussG, posted on August 19, 2012

Very enjoyable. Neale is a surprisingly good actor, too. Made me want to investigate Indigos around the world.

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