As much as I love the antics of Mel Brooks , Monty Python and Woody Allen, one of the most astounding films that I've ever come across was "Mindwalk" (1990) based on a story of one of my favourite authors, 'The Turning Point' by Fritjof Capra, author of The Tao of Physics' and several other books.
It is , to be short, a conversation between 3 people while hiking along the coast of Normandy to view Mont St. Michel. The conversation is about our world and all the perils we now face; that conversation has been dubbed one of the most profound since My Dinner With Andre; perhaps even the best ever written.
I have been searching for a DVD copy and cannot so far locate one nor even confirm that it has indeed gone to the DVD format. Thankfully, I have one copy on VHS and may have to have it done myself.
The film stars Liv Ullmann, Sam Waterston, (from Law and Order fame) and John Heard. It is simply spellbinding. The fim is by Bernt Capra, screenplay by Fritjof Capra and Floyd Byars.