Embark on a life-changing journey with Amanda, a divorced photographer who tumbles down a metaphysical rabbit hole. Her mind-bending voyage through the worlds of science and spirituality includes revelations by quantum phy... more »sics experts, playfull animations, and even a conversation with a wise, 35,000-year old being. Ultimately, Amanda's perception of reality is turned inside out and the meaning of life becomes clear.« less
Matt B. from LAKEWOOD, CO Reviewed on 10/21/2011...
The worst movie I have ever seen. Pretends to link physics with everyday life, but it fraudulently portrays quantum mechanics explaining "mysteries" of life. What bull. Totally ignorant of any real science.
1 of 8 member(s) found this review helpful.
Melissa D. from RICHMOND, VA Reviewed on 7/2/2010...
One of my husband and my first dates was seeing this in the theater. It is extremely interesting and eye-opening. Hard to describe but definitely worth watching.
1 of 4 member(s) found this review helpful.
Andrea W. from TIGARD, OR Reviewed on 2/4/2010...
A great crash course in metaphysics and philosophy. This film will blow your mind and make you view the world in an entirely different way. Watch it, expand your mind, and share it with others so their minds will be enlightened as well.
4 of 7 member(s) found this review helpful.
Robert A. from E FAIRFIELD, VT Reviewed on 7/6/2008...
This is a film about choices, and how you can make your own future better by creating your own destiny, moment by moment, day by day. Some of the ideas may be abstract, extreme or speculative, but others are solidly based in fundamental science. The viewer's role is to decide which are applicable to his or her own experience.
Anyone who is certain they have life all figured out, or anyone who needs to perpetually recall negative memories from the past to be able to cling to a perceived role of victim or martyr, probably won't like this film. Others who want a better future, and are open minded enough to consider the possibilities, may find some ideas that lead to a more positive and fulfilling life.
5 of 7 member(s) found this review helpful.
S A A. (Learned2Heal) Reviewed on 7/6/2008...
A thinking person's movie. More like a sort of documentary, really. If you don't like to challenge your brain to go to previously unexplored places and ideas, you won't like this movie. If you're expecting great acting, forget it. The score is negligible at best. But, if you like to go to "what if?" and other obscure, adventurous, sometimes scary places in your mind, I think you will love this movie. It will exercise your mind, if you let it. A most interesting peek into Quantum Physics, Neurobiology, and Quantum Mechanics. Deepak Chopra fans will no doubt relate.
The main premise is to show you how you can (and do) control your outer universe from within. A little deeper than 'Everybody Loves Raymond', but also a bit more edifying, in the end... :)
My husband and I have enjoyed watching this movie several times over and will do so again. It keeps the 'AHA' fresh in the forefront of our minds.
5 of 8 member(s) found this review helpful.
Matt P. Reviewed on 1/18/2008...
mindless mysticism pretending to be science.
i ordered this bc a friend told me it was a documentary on quantum, but the vast majority of it is out-of-context excerpts of scientists and doctors (and even a palm-reading, new-ager quack lady.. you'll recognize her when you see her) that, when pieced together, seemingly supports new age crap and mysticism. the actual science in this piece is very superficial and i'm a little bit upset that i wasted an hour of my life with this pseudoscientific nonsense. watch it if you want to see how new agers think. otherwise, don't waste your time.