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23 March 2006 (Australia) See more »
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The next evolution in the "bleep" experience. See more »
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Interviews with scientists and authors, animated bits, and a storyline involving a deaf photographer are used in this docudrama to illustrate the link between quantum mechanics, neurobiology, human consciousness and day-to-day reality. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Marlee Matlin ... Amanda

Elaine Hendrix ... Jennifer

Barry Newman ... Frank

Armin Shimerman ... Old Man

Robert Bailey Jr. ... Reggie

John Ross Bowie ... Elliot

Larry Brandenburg ... Bruno

William Joseph Elk III ... Medicine Man
Danielle Serra ... Bride
James Langston Drake ... Groom
Michele Mariana ... Tour Guide

Robert Blanche ... Bob
Pavel Mikoloski ... Priest
Alex Rogers ... Guy No. 1
Tin Tran ... Guy No. 2

Leslie Taylor ... Bridesmaid

Sherilyn Lawson ... Bridesmaid

Mercedes Rose ... Bridesmaid
Heather Robertson ... Bridesmaid
Joelle Anthony ... Bridesmaid
Dawnn Pavlonnis ... Bridesmaid

Danny Bruno ... Caterer
Josh Santos ... Best Man
Kerensa Gimre ... Kid
Patti Collins ... Mother of the Bride
Tammy Mischke ... Chick
Justin Canfield ... DJ
Gordon Grobelny ... Guitar Player
Brent Pendleton ... Conga Player
Hannah Childs ... Marlee Stand In
Jonathan Cammon ... Player
Val Landrum ... Ticket Sales Girl
Kyle Lunde ... Bartender
David Albert ... Himself
Amit Goswami ... Himself
John Hagelin ... Himself
Dean Radin ... Himself (as Dean Radin Ph.D.)
William Tiller ... Himself
Fred Alan Wolf ... Himself
Joseph Dispenza ... Himself
Masaru Emoto ... Himself (as Dr. Masaru Emoto)
Stuart Hameroff ... Himself
Daniel Monti ... Himself
Andrew Newberg ... Himself (as Dr. Andrew Newberg)
Jeffrey Satinover ... Himself
Miceal Ledwith ... Himself
J.Z. Knight ... Ramtha
Lynne McTaggart ... Herself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

John Astin ... Dr. Quantum (voice)
Candace Pert ... Herself (as Dr. Candace Pert)
Carol Stanzione ... (Various Character Voices) (voice)

Directed by
William Arntz 
Betsy Chasse 
Mark Vicente 
 
Produced by
William Arntz .... producer
Betsy Chasse .... producer
Mark Vicente .... producer
 
Original Music by
Christopher Franke 
 
Film Editing by
William Arntz 
Jonathan P. Shaw (original version)
 
Casting by
Danny Stoltz 
 
Production Design by
Nava 
 
Art Direction by
Geoffry Mellon 
 
Makeup Department
E. Larry Day .... hair department head
E. Larry Day .... makeup department head
 
Sound Department
Roy Braverman .... foley mixer
Stanley Kastner .... sound re-recording mixer
Assaf Lotan .... sound recordist
Donald Lyles .... sound re-recording mixer
Clancy T. Troutman .... supervising sound editor
Scott Westley .... sound designer
 
Visual Effects by
David M. Blum .... visual effects supervisor
Evan Jacobs .... visual effects supervisor
Doug Juno .... animator
Todd Juno .... animator
Patrick Moore .... animator
Gabriel Naylor .... digital compositor
Tamiko Styre .... digital artist
Tamiko Styre .... visual effects coordinator
 
Animation Department
Shad Bradbury .... animator
Tom Elleman .... animation director
Kyle Kenworthy .... animator
John Longenbaugh .... animator
Irene Matar .... animator
Mike Parker .... animator
Jayna Pavlin .... animator (as Jayna Longenbaugh)
 
Casting Department
Carol Stanzione .... adr voice casting
Danny Stoltz .... extras casting
 
Editorial Department
Brian J. Cavanaugh .... first assistant editor
George Chavez .... color timer
Jason Henderson .... second assistant editor
 
Music Department
Edgar Rothermich .... music producer
Edgar Rothermich .... music recordist
 
Other crew
Alexander Vickers .... film publicist
 

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29 out of 52 people found the following review useful.
What the Bleep?, 27 August 2007
Author: Edward Chan from Vancouver, BC.

Having no prior knowledge about the "what the bleep" series, I picked up this film with the following two assumptions:

1) It is an in-depth exposition of quantum mechanic principles and how it relates to everyday life.

2) It is *not* an attempt of some obscure occult movement trying to link the "spiritual" and the "physical" worlds.

The first 30 minutes or so was a barrage of ideas that may or may not have to do with quantum physics or to each other. Then it got a little more weird ... when they talked about how meditation could influence electronics and crystal growth, and how basketballs can be at one place and everywhere (may work as an example, but not in reality). I started skipping sections after sitting for about an hour. When I heard something about some Atlantic warrior God ... okay, that's too much ... I wonder if the meditation is doing something to my DVD player.

I really wonder how they get a line-up of all these doctors and professors. (Okay, one was a priest-turned-physicist, and a couple of them got their degrees at on-line universities). I can only imagine that, the physicists and doctors, at least those who were reputable, were somewhat deceived when they signed in for the interviews.

In the end, I felt cheated, to see that, this is nothing more than a propaganda for some new-age occult religious movement, based totally on misrepresented scientific principles. I wish they were a little more up front about their film, or at least put a disclaimer on it, to let the viewers be aware its purpose.

In my opinion, the whole film was meant to confuse the viewer with sound bites from all the interviews, while a "message" slowly builds up with the Amanda plot line. The leaders of the cult probably assume that they fan easily manipulate the viewers' intelligence the way they do to their own followers. Sorry, I am not a physicist, but I know enough to say that it is all rubbish.

Out of ignorance, incomplete understanding, many of these so-called philosophers and religious practitioners claim that Einstein's theory of general relativity and Heisenberg's uncertainty principle are the missing links between the scientific and spiritual world. To quote the words of Prof. Dick Feynman, "as always ... when philosophical ideas associated with sciences are dragged into another field, they are usually completely distorted." Indeed, this film distorts what is quantum physics and the filmmakers feel no qualms about it.

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