Dear Happy Science Members,
Over the years, we have seen some great movies produced by Happy Science. But this new movie is receiving a new type of praise.
I’m talking of course about the new film, “Beautiful Lure.” People keep telling me, “it was so deep!”
If you haven’t seen it yet, there’s no better time than now to watch it. We are showing it in our branches and temples.
We have scheduled viewing times at each branch, but you can also request a viewing at your own convenience.
The film itself has an abundance of merits. Through watching it, you can clearly understand the pitfalls that potentially exist in any relationship. It will help each viewer avoid falling into such mistakes and thus live a much happier life. In addition, the movie contains a certain Dharma Power to expel beings of similar mindsets from you. You can then use the knowledge from the storyline to keep yourself protected.
The film also contains a lot of deep spiritual music. Through listening to it and familiarizing yourself with it, your mind can be attuned to the heavenly vibrations and ward off evil. Please experience these spiritual miracles by watching it as soon as you can and inviting others to watch with you.
You can RSVP online or contact our branch temple to arrange a viewing.
Let me introduce the main star, Ryoma Ichihara, who plays the character “Taro Shiomura”
Born in 1996, Ryoma is a Japanese actor who started his acting career by winning the Special Jury Award and the Audience Award at the NEW STAR Men’s Auditions in 2017. He is active in many fields including film, TV, and stage. He made his TV debut in the drama Hotel On The Brink! (2018, Nippon TV), and he was the one of the main reporters for the documentary film, Living in the Age of Miracles (2020, Nikkatsu) where he traveled to Uganda in search of “miracles” and conducted interviews that added depth to the film.
In this film Beautiful Lure – A Modern Tale of “Painted Skin,” he played the lead role of a man who is a candidate for the next prime minister. He also sang the film’s image song 2, “Dharma Power.”