"Mrs. Cold Snow feeds a Thousand" is a unique and heart-warming tale about women in Myanmar. They financially support themselves, but also meditate seriously, developing unimaginable concentration. The documentary in progress offers insight into the most original and unchanged form of Buddhism as practiced in Myanmar with surprising results that are mind-boggling and changes one's view of life.
Setti Wessels made the documentary independently on a "less-than-shoestring" budget, using a Canon 5D markII camera. She made the film on her own while meditating for months. Film, sound, editing, scripts and interviews grew organically into a documentary that gives insight into the deeper meaning of ancient Buddhist texts as practiced in Myanmar. Animations were made in collaboration with the local meditators and teacher, using beautiful original watercolor paintings based on actual meditation experiences to explain complex techniques.
They all agreed. The drawings and animations mirrored a true and universal experience that was recognizable - and that matched their own... The film is based on actual experiences, not imagination.
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