Show Your Support for This Eco-Friendly Doc: “May I Be Frank”

Posted May 18.2010

Check out the trailer below for this new eco-friendly documentary "May I Be Frank."

May I Be Frank documents the transformation of Frank Ferrante’s life. Frank is 54 years old, obese, depressed and addicted. He stumbles into a local raw, organic and vegan restaurant in San Francisco, Café Gratitude. When Ryland, a server at Café Gratitude asks Frank “What is one thing you want to do before you die?” Frank replies, “I want to fall in love one more time, but no one will love me looking the way I do”.

Ryland, his brother Cary, and Conor, his best friend, are inspired by the possibility of helping Frank. For the next 42 days, Frank will eat only raw food, practice gratitude, visit local holistic practitioners, and get a weekly colonic. Ryland, Conor, and Cary get to support Frank’s miraculous transformation. Frank gets a new body, a clearer mind, and most importantly, a soaring spirit. May I Be Frank documents the essence of the human condition and what it truly means to fall in love again.

If you live in Los Angeles, you can watch the movie this Friday at the Awareness Festival at the Regent Showcase theater. Click here for information about time, location and to purchase your tickets.

This is a great film, everyone should check it out