Go all the way
Go all the way – A Film About Lester Levenson
In 1952, in New York, the physicist and engineer Lester Levenson had an insight that would change his life. After having a second serious heart attack, the doctors said that he was in such a bad state, that he could die at any moment. Now that Lester had no way out, he was determined to find out why he had ended up in this situation. He made some remarkable discoveries, recovered his health completely and lived for another 42 years, with an unshakeable inner peace. In this film we meet some of the people who knew him, and can tell us more.
Featuring Rick Solomon, Kate Freeman, Mike Klein, Ralph Zeitlin, Sylvia Dante.
A film by Thomas Rydell. Documentary film, 40 minutes in .mp4 format, Captions (subtitles) in English.
Filmed and edited 2017-2019.
All music by Thomas Rydell 2019.
Go all the way – The Outtakes
The Outtakes (extra material) that for some reason did not make it into the main film “Go all the way – a film about Lester Levenson”. The participants talk about how releasing has changed their lives, how it works, and more info and stories about Lester. It is advisable that you see the main film first.
Featuring Rick Solomon, Kate Freeman, Mike Klein, Ralph Zeitlin, Sylvia Dante. A film by Thomas Rydell.
Documentary film, 43 minutes in .mp4 format, Spoken language is (American) English, no captions (no subtitles).
Filmed and edited 2017-2020. All music by Thomas Rydell 2019.
All content and materials are the property of Heart of Releasing, Inc. and are protected by copyright and/or other proprietary intellectual property rights under the United States and foreign laws. Purchase of a Heart of Releasing, Inc. course grants you a personal, non-exclusive, non-transferable license to access the course and materials solely for your own personal, non-commercial use. You may not otherwise copy, reproduce, transmit, retransmit, distribute, publish, sell, market, commercially exploit or otherwise transfer any course or materials, nor may you modify or create derivative works of the course or materials.