“Is Everybody Happy But Me?” is a lively new feature film which explores one of mankind’s most elusive and sought-after conditions…happiness. The movies, hosted by Roscoe Lee Brown, opens with fast-paced montage featuring people from all different walks of life, each of whom has a markedly different concept of what it means to be happy. To a glamorous Parisian model, for example, happiness is lunch at Maxim’s, a Rolls-Royce and a Christian Dior gown; to a little girl, “Happiness is playing with my dog.” For movie star Marsha Mason, it’s the inner peace she found following the noted Indian mystic Baba Muktunanda; to others, happiness is “making money” and so on. Over the years the best-seller lists have been hammed with the titles of self-help books, all claiming to do one thing – make us happy. Now, this unique film has been created to cut through all the “hype” and take a serious look at what it really takes to find peace of mind. In the course of the film you will meet people from all of life that make a living, making people happy.
First time on DVD!
1981 | 90 min | Color | 1.33:1/4×3 | Dolby Digital Stereo | All Region | NR
Marsha Mason, Roscoe Lee Brown, Dr. Toni Grant, Swami MuktanandaDirected by