KHALIL GIBRAN’S MASTERPIECE BROUGHT TO THE BIG SCREEN
The Prophet, Lebanese legend Khalil Gibran’s collection of 26 prose poetry essays that follow the journey of its protagonist, Almustafa, has been a cornerstone of literature since its publication in 1923. With more than 100 million copies sold, its examination of the human condition has influenced great figures of the 20th century, from Gandhi to John Lennon. Now, it’s been turned into an animated film by Disney, complete with voices by Salma Hayek and Liam Neeson. Out on April 30.