Based on a couple favorable customer reviews on iTune Movies, I went into this with high hopes. While not the most spiritual person in daily practice, I have always been fascinated with the possibility of reaching higher states of awareness through meditation. But, no matter what philosophy/religion one follows to travel this path, there are commonalities such as mental discipline, the shedding of emotional attachment and a lifetime or two (thousand) of experience and gradual spiritual maturity involved. In this movie, a young man travels to the Himalayas in search of his ex-girlfriend, who has gone off to an ashram to find enlightenment. Without giving too much away, upon entering the ashram and meeting the cave-dwelling guru-in-residence, the young man begins experiencing all manner of higher-consciousness manifestations. It might have all played well...if it weren't for the fact that the guy basically acts like an impulsive, overwrought adolescent throughout the film. It may sound like a small thing, but I found it almost impossible to believe that any of the story was plausible given the nature of the central character stumbling through it. And the big final conflict/moment of truth/etc. was just plain hokey. Nice scenery, decent enough production...but, new main character and better plot needed. I'd ask for some change back from my $3.99, but you know what they say...change comes from within.