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The Keeper Of The Keys

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Who says a self-help documentary has to be boring?

The Keeper of the Keys is the first FUNNY personal development movie. A unique hybrid, The Keeper of the Keys seamlessly blends expertise with entertaining fiction to create a compelling, empowering movie viewers will want to watch again and again.

2012 winner of the Indie Fest Award

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Michael Walden is having one bad day after another ... and there is no end in sight. He is a victim of his circumstances ... or so he believes. After losing his job and finding his house in foreclosure, he becomes increasingly negative and frustrated. It does not help that his fiancee Anne, tired of his rants, breaks off their engagement. Depressed and discouraged, he falls asleep ... and dreams.

Success coach Jack Canfield appears and tells Michael he is sending some friends experts who will help him to discover the keys and how to use them. So begins an incredible journey that has Michael encountering experts from around the world as he is led through an eerie estate by Elizabeth, a spiritual guide. Not since A Christmas Carol has a dream been this rich, this revealing, or this much fun.

The experts, including Jack Canfield, John Gray and Marci Shimoff, share their incredible stories of personal empowerment. Elizabeth and the experts explain the 7 Keys of the Universe and how they work.

But, Michael is not easily convinced; he hears the experts stories and argues with them. Through the magic of the mysterious dwelling and the powerful images the experts share, Michael begins to realize that understanding the keys will help him to break free from the thoughts and patterns that have kept him stuck in a deteriorating, negative reality.

Producer Robin Jay decided it was about time someone Took the Hell out of SELF HELP!  Once you see it, you'll agree self-help has never been so much fun.


Stephen Simon, o-founder, The Spiritual Cinema Circle; Producer, Somwhere in Time, What Dreams May Come; Producer/Director, Conversations with God, Indigo

"The Keeper of the Keys is the most innovative and entertaining film of its kind ever made!  Wildly original, howlingly funny, fast-pased, and utterly delightful in every way, the film is truly a gift to the word. True to its ad copy, the film takes 'the hell out of self-help' and is the new gold standard in its genre. When you see this movie, you will learn, laugh, and clap your hands with joy"

-Stephen Simon, Co-founder, The Spiritual Cinema Circle; Producer, Somewhere in Time, What Dreams May Come; Producer/Director, Conversations with God, Indigo