HUGH HART, CO.CREATE, FAST COMPANY:
"Salma Hayek tends to wax rhapsodic once she gets going on the subject of The Prophet. Lebanese poet Kahlil Gibran's book of spiritual musings has sold 120 million copies since first being published in 1923, but until Hayek and her team came along, nobody had ever attempted to turn the intellectual property into a feature film. Why not? The Prophet features plenty of New Age musings on love and death but nothing in the way of an actual story."
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