Envision putting in more than 20 years of your life taking after an apparently kind profound pioneer and afterward finding that practically all that you thought about this individual was an untruth. That is the reason of the captivating and chilling new narrative Holy Hell, which debuted at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival on Monday evening – a screening where you could hear the motion picture’s subjects shedding tears as the happiest and saddest snippets of their lives flashed before them.
In 1985, Will Allen turned into an individual from The Buddha Field, a Los Angeles zone profound gathering that most would have considered a clique and still, at the end of the day. Truth be told, the individuals straightforwardly kidded about it. A late film school graduate, Allen started to narrative the gathering’s exercises that fixated on their pioneer, a strange individual they called The Teacher, or Michel. This mind blowing chronicle of video footage turned into the premise for Allen’s film.