[Short Film] Higher Truths (Himalaya) w/ Cody Townsend and Chris Rubens

Earning Turns high in the Himalayas
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Higher Truths

In the age of modern comfort and convenience, why do we choose to suffer?

Directed by Anthony Bonello Featuring Cody Townsend & Chris Rubens Produced by Mike Douglas & Anthony Bonello Cinematography: Jay Trusler & Anthony Bonello Original Score by Dustin Lau

 


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