Happy Documentary by Roko Belic shows, among other characters, Manoj Singh, a rickshaw puller from the slums of Kolkata, India, who lives in a hut made of plastic bags with his family, is found to be as happy as the average American. Through these and other stories HAPPY leads us toward a deeper understanding of how we can all live more fulfilling, healthy and happy lives.
Includes over 30 minutes of Bonus Features including extra scenes:
- Q&A with director Roko Belic and interview with executive producer Tom Shadyac
- Director commentary
- Behing the scenes photos
Subtitles in French, Spanish, Chinese, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Czech, English.
Roko Belic’s directorial debut “Genghis Blues” (1999) won the Sundance Audience Award and was nominated for an Academy Award for best documentary feature.
Roko Belic recently directed the 44-minute documentary “Dreams: Cinema of the Subconscious,” which was released on the “Inception” Blu-Ray.
For the making of Happy Documentary, Roko Belic teamed up with Hollywood heavyweight Tom Shadyac (“I Am” director), who executive produced to direct the feature documentary.
Happy Documentary combines powerful human stories from around the world with cutting edge science to give us a deeper understanding of our most valued emotion.