Movie Review: The Holy Mountain (1973, 100 Words)

Below are one hundred words about why the Holy Mountain is my favorite movie, with spoilers:

We meet a group of comfortable leaders. They are unfulfilled so they destroy their egos to attain the lofty goal of immortality as taught by elders at the summit of the Holy Mountain. They encounter hardships that further purge their egos and disregard false idols advertising comfort. One of their group cannot completely dissolve his ego and so he returns to a comfortable life. When the others reach the elders, they discover they are actors in a movie, and that these elders were also false idols. They continue toward immortality or probably a loftier goal. Always continue toward loftier goals!

Rating: ★★★★★ [5/5]

My big goal is writing. My most important goal is writing "The Story." All other goals should work toward that central goal. My proudest moment is the most recent time I overcame some fear, which should have been today. I'm a better zombie than I was yesterday. I'm not better than you and you're not better than me. Let's strive to be better every day.