A boy stands on a station platform as a train is about to leave. Should he go with his mother or stay with his father? Infinite possibilities arise from this decision. As long as he doesn't choose, anything is possible.
An operative for an elite private intelligence firm finds her priorities changing dramatically after she is tasked with infiltrating an anarchist group known for executing covert attacks upon major corporations.
I Origins begins when graduate student, Ian Gray, is researching the evolution of human eyes with Karen and Kenny, in order to prove that eyes have evolved instead of "appeared" as creationists claim. His fascination with eyes takes him into areas that have profound personal and cultural consequences. Written by
Nebzyl and Blue Coronet
The huge billboard for rent on the Okhla market has a 737634548 phone number on it, which adds up to 47, and 4+7, again, leads to 11. This is the billboard Ian eventually rents. See more »
Karen says the results from Salomina's test lie "within standard margin". However, one can not calculate the unbiased sample variance of one-sample sets and, hence, you can not know whether a result from a single test lies within any kind of confidence intervals or margins. In fact, the empirical variance of one-sample-sets is a sort of running gag among statisticians. Researchers with even the slightest background in statistics, let alone the internationally-known empirical scientists, would never say such a thing nor would they abandon such a promising project based on only one interview. See more »
Every living person on this planet has their own unique pair eyes. Each their own universe. My name is Doctor Ian Gray. I'm a father, and husband, and I'm a scientist. When I was a child, I realized that the camera was designed exactly like the human eye, taking in light through a lens, forming it into images. I began taking as many pictures of eyes as I possibly could. I'd like to tell you the story of the eyes that changed my world.
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After the credits, there is a scene depicting the beginning of the process of matching up famous historical figures' eyes with living people's eyes. See more »
The first part of the movie is the love story between a scientist and a woman. Where does it all lead to, you ask yourself? The answer is in the second part, which goes full retard and reveals what the director/writer was aiming for: Trying to "prove" spirituality/religion by means of science. If you take anything in this movie seriously, you've been spiritually brainwashed and polluted by religion.
Good acting, good atmosphere. Very slow paced (if you've seen the director's previous movie, Another Earth, you should know what to expect). Nothing amazing.
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