What’s wrong with the world? What can we do about it? You might not expect these questions to haunt the mind of the director of “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective” and “The Nutty Professor.” But in the painful aftermath of a cycling accident, Tom Shadyac started to think differently about his life and success. And he started asking questions.
He traveled around, enlisting the aid of what he calls “significant minds” — journalists, scientists, spiritual leaders like Desmond Tutu, scholars like Noam Chomsky — to understand life’s essential questions. “I Am” is his documentary about his quest.
The movie helps us all to stop and think about what is really important to us and more importantly why it is important. I AM gets to the heart of what is really important, and that is why it is something all of us should take the time out to consider.
This movie is an example of how we can live in a world together, giving relief of suffering to all man kind.
“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” ― Mahatma Gandhi