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Evan Light 7 years ago
Would have rated higher but for my previous knowledge of positive psych. Recommended.
Kimberly Hurlbut over 7 years ago
Very informative psychological documentary.
Loran Keyse 2 years ago
Lyée M 3 years ago
Ghiz Lane over 4 years ago
bethswald over 4 years ago
Goldfish. over 4 years ago
We's Kbul over 5 years ago
Hiram Soto over 5 years ago
Frank Fitzpatrick over 5 years ago
Si Quick over 5 years ago
Rachel Smith 6 years ago
Emily over 6 years ago
Rob Thompson over 6 years ago
Carlene Elizabeth over 6 years ago
Jennifer Stewart over 6 years ago
Alexis over 6 years ago
Ingrid Segrov over 6 years ago
Happy is a 2011 feature documentary film directed, written, and co-produced by Roko Belic. It explores human happiness through interviews with people from all walks of life in 14 different countries, weaving in the newest findings of positive psychology. Director Roko Belic was originally inspired to create the film after producer/director Tom Shadyac (Liar, Liar, Patch Adams, Bruce Almighty) showed him an article in the New York Times entitled "A New Measure of Well Being From a Happy Little Kingdom". The article ranks the United States as the 23rd happiest country in the world. Shadyac then suggested that Belic make a documentary about happiness. Belic spent several years interviewing over 20 people, ranging from leading happiness researchers to a rickshaw driver in Kolkatta, a family living in a "co-housing community" in Denmark, a woman who was run over by a truck, a Cajun fisherman, and more.
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