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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
Change the Paradigm
The science of possibilities, Quantum Physics, as described by many of the great minds of today, is presented in an entertaining and interesting film starring Marlee Matlin. It strikes down many existing theories that pillar scientific and religious thought just as Columbus challenged the theory of a flat world. Personally, this film was a great source of growth for me, allowing me to cast off a dysfunctional paradigm and replace it with a vision of the future created by my own thoughts. Have you ever seen yourself from the perspective of the ultimate observer? A must see for any new philosopher.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful.
" You can't be the same thinking person after youwatch this movie
By Nancy Hopper
When you are ready to expand your mind, this is it. Every one that is interviewed gives us treasures of knowledge and possibilities. If I could only plug my mind into theirs. Even though this movie is over 10 years old and more research and discoveries have occurred, it is still timeless.It is s step that will invite you "down the rabbit hole." You can't be the same thinking person after you watch this movie. Well done movie! I know they made another movie after this one but the time is for another discovery movie. The more you watch this movie the more you will understand and discover.....exciting and fun!
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Definitely thought provoking---Marlee Beth Matlin is incredible.
There are very few science based movies out that make you think as much as this one. Very well done. You are not challenged in your views but presented with a realistic look at faith/religion/reality/life/perception and how we as humans interpret those chemical reactions in our bodies into a "reality" in our brains. Definitely thought provoking. Possibly threatening to those with closed minds.
MOST DEFINITELY A HIT FOR THOSE WHO CONSIDER THEMSELVES "Vari-abled" versus disabled. Marlee Beth Matlin is incredible.