“The basis for the new film ‘Zen Noir’ is a kind of funny concept,” writes Beliefnet’s spirituality editor Valerie Reiss in this short review. “A noir-style detective investigates a murder in a Buddhist temple. When he asks questions, he gets slippery, koan-type answers. ‘My name isn’t me,’ says one Buddhist. When pressed, the robed man says, ‘Articulate Lotus Flowing From the Source,’ which later turns into ‘call me Ed.'”
Read her whole blog post on Marc Rosenbush’s film here.