Least Among Saints

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Martin Papazian, who wrote, directed, produced, and stars in Least Among Saints, discuss the film along with actress Laura San Giacomo, who stars in it. Martin Papazian plays a combat veteran who has lost hope until a troubled 10-year-old neighbor turns to him for help. It opens in New York October 12 at the AMC Loews Village 7.


Martin Papazian and Laura San Giacomo
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Further to my last comment: - scientific evaluations of TAT


Sorry can't find the announcement of a spinoff website just for combat veterans and their loved ones. It did come in an email newsletter

Oct. 10 2012 02:19 PM

For Laura, Martin, all veterans and their families: - this website offers a lot of peace to vets and military families including huge powerful free webinars/teleseminars after which you will be sent a free recording so you can re-do - so sign up for the mailing list at - there is also a TAT youtube channel with vets discussing the relief they have experienced using this simple acupressure technique. It's free! It's amazing - has been great with my PTSD. There's a free how-to on the home page but working in a group. There's no re-traumatizing at all involved. No need to feel it to heal it! There's also a similar technique discussed in The Promise of Energy Psychology by Dr. David Feinstein, Donna Eden and Gary Craig.

Oct. 10 2012 01:58 PM

So far, this entire broadcast was dedicated to "bread and circuses"...

The subject of the film may be serious, but it is still a movie...

Oct. 10 2012 01:14 PM

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