The Congressman’s Dinner examines the issues of Foreign Aid, Student Loans, Fair Trade and a Department of Peace among others, in looking to help support our making of an even better world.
A Congressman invites a select few people to a dinner party for his eighteen year old (autistic) son. With his campaign manager at his side the planning is to use this occasion to better ascertain the “pulse of the people” in preparation for his forthcoming reelection bid.
Through the course of the discussion and the dinner we see revealed the nature of both the host and his guests where the bigger story is everyone’s looking to love and be loved and to live in peace.
The movie describes the political paradigm shift experienced by people of the 21st century and outlines a participatory plan for America’s involvement, proposing world peace as a proven possibility.
Using examples of quantum physics as seen in plant growth, water experiments and in particular what scientists refer to as the Field Effect, both governments and individuals are respectfully encouraged to consider the effects of our actions on the world both locally and internationally and how we may be able to direct a more complete self-determination.
This proven science supports the modern day idea of shifting from an absolute Us vs. Them based thinking, planning, acting and enacting to one including perhaps the now scientifically, historical and even spiritually supported model based on community and cooperation.
More topics are discussed in our little movie which now serves as an anchor to perhaps that bigger initiative here with the movie’s web site serving as the platform for continual discussion and possible action plans.
Directed by Omar Chraibi, whose movies have won numerous international awards, The Congressman’s Dinner marks his North American directorial debut.
An ensemble cast performs this exciting dialogue highlighted feature film that hopes it just may, in its most humble way, be fortunate enough to perhaps contribute something of interest to the greater world at large.
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