Explorers, including an astrophysicist member of the Diné tribe and her medical doctor husband, are sent through a hole which scientists have torn in the universe to study the effects of "trans-space" on humans.

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Explorers, including an astrophysicist member of the Diné tribe and her medical doctor husband, are sent through a hole which scientists have torn in the universe to study the effects of "trans-space" on humans.

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Fantastic Voyage Again, Sort Of
13 November 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The principal characters are a scientist and his wife (also a scientist) who is Native American. They are both experts in the field of space travel through a kind of warping (I think). They have lost a child and the woman is quite depressed and angry. They are enlisted by a friend who is heading up a trip through a kind of worm hole to be able to move from one part of the galaxy to another. They are able to break into the hole but find that they have actually invaded a living organism, one with cells, corpuscles, and anti- bodies. There is now a moral dilemma as to how far they can go to protect themselves if they must resort to violent means to escape. There is also a relationship with the woman's grandmother, an Indian woman, who appears on board the ship. The implications are a bit too supernatural to fit with the scientific ideas. I know I'll hear from someone who feels this is disrespecting Native American religion, but I don't really have much of a supernatural belief of any kind so I would feel the same way if it had brought a Christian or other world religion into play. Another problem for me is the willy-nilly use of some science that isn't adequately explained to the viewer.


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