The keyword in the movie Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014) is duality.
Duality is a component of low consciousness, where spiritual beings divide the World into two different parts – BLACK and WHITE, GOOD and BAD, WE and THEY, etc.
Similarly, in this film, the World is divided into Apes and PEOPLE.
Another essential element in this film is labelling.
Labelling is the little brother of duality.
For example, if you are an Ape but sympathize with People – you are a Bad guy, however, if you hate People and fight with them – you are GOOD.
The main character in this story is the Cesar ape.
Due to the development of his consciousness, he realizes that neither duality nor labelling has anything to do with truth. In essence, any monkey can be as bad as any person, and a person can be as right as an ape.
In other words, the primary criterion of “who are you” is based only on the values that you follow.
In confirmation of the fact that belonging to the race does not confirm the identity of souls, we observe the contrast in leadership among apes.
For instance, Caesar, following love, justice, compassion, peace and hope, represents the values of Light.
Instead, Koba, who supports fear, hatred, power, and war, chooses dark forces.
In conclusion, the film Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014) is a thought-provoking film with essential spiritual elements, and I would recommend to watch it by the whole family.
This movie review was written by Jacklyn A. Lo
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