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Philosophical conversations between a poet, politician, and scientist. No one is psychotic or out for revenge.

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Sonia Hoffman
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Jack Edwards
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Thomas Harriman
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Kit Hoffman
Emmanuel Montes ...
Romain
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jean Boursin ...
Sacristan
Gabrielle Danchick ...
Tour Guide
Jeanne Van Phue ...
Tourist #1
Penny White ...
Tourist #2

Directed by

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Bernt Amadeus Capra ... (as Bernt Capra)

Written by

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Bernt Amadeus Capra ... (story) (as Bernt Capra)
 
Floyd Byars ... (screenplay) and
Fritjof Capra ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Adrianna A.J. Cohen ... producer (as Adrianna AJ Cohen)
Robin Holding ... associate producer
Klaus Lintschinger ... executive producer
Stephanie Moore ... associate producer

Music by

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Philip Glass

Cinematography by

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Karl Kases

Film Editing by

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Jean-Claude Piroué ... (as Jean Claude Piroué)

Editorial Department

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Günter Kujat ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Corey Kaplan

Art Direction by

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Christian Nunez

Costume Design by

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Bambi Breakstone

Makeup Department

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DeeDee Altamura ... hair stylist (as Dee Dee Altamura) / makeup artist (as Dee Dee Altamura)
Jeanne Van Phue ... key hair stylist / key makeup artist

Production Management

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Cathleen Callaway-Nunez ... production manager
Peter Vogel ... executive in charge of production

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Corey Kaplan ... first assistant director
Stephanie Moore ... second second assistant director
Félix Olivier ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Robert Campbell ... scenic artist

Sound Department

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Milan Bor ... re-recording mixer
Friedrich M. Dosch ... sound editor
André Naudin ... foley walker
Gadou Naudin ... foley walker
Alois Unger ... boom operator
Rainer Wiehr ... sound

Camera and Electrical Department

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Joachim Berc ... gaffer
Petro Domenigg ... second assistant camera
Kimber Lee Jerrett ... electrician
Michael Kaufmann ... grip
Gero Lasnig ... electrician
Sascha Mieke ... first assistant camera
Caspar Pfaundler ... still photographer
Anton Pfneisl ... dolly grip
Eva Sereny ... still photographer
Veronica Strengier ... second assistant camera
Henderson Wallace ... photographer: second unit
Andreas Wuchte ... best boy

Casting Department

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Cassandra Gava ... additional casting
Michèle Tollemer ... casting: on location

Music Department

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Rory Johnston ... music supervisor (as Rory Johnston)
Kurt Munkacsi ... music producer
Michael Riesman ... conductor

Script and Continuity Department

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Mary J. Carlson ... script supervisor (as Mary Carlson)
Anastasia Davies ... assistant script supervisor

Other crew

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Barbara Ball ... assistant: Ms. Ullmann
Jean-François Blouin ... production assistant
Faramarz Ettehadieh ... production executive
Eva Fuerlinger ... production secretary: Austria
Mark Gimbrere ... production assistant
Stéphanie Hainault ... production assistant
Catherine Leach ... unit publicist
Neda Michalchik ... production coordinator: USA
Gert Oberdorfer ... production executive
Peter Reitmayr ... production consultant: Austria
Constance G. Rowbotham ... auditor (as Constance Rowbotham)
Jonathan Dana ... studio executive (uncredited)
Angela Jackson ... production legal services (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The summary of this plot holds true today for 2019 and beyond. The fact that the original summary noted the scientist as psychotic and out for revenge speaks to a long standing bias against the truth in history. There is no psychosis or revenge in this story. Listen and learn from history.

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Taglines A film for passionate thinkers. See more »
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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Szellemi barangolás (Hungary)
  • Wendezeit (West Germany)
  • Интелектуална разходка (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Диспут (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Ponto de Mutação (Brazil)
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  • 112 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Thomas Harriman (John Heard) recited almost the entire poem "Los Enigmas" by Pablo Neruda. The last part of it says: "I want to tell you the ocean knows this, that life in its jewel boxes is endless as the sand, impossible to count, pure, and among the blood-colored grapes time has made the petal hard and shiny, made the jellyfish full of light and untied its knot, letting its musical threads fall from a horn of plenty made of infinite mother-of-pearl. I am nothing but the empty net which has gone on ahead of human eyes, dead in those darknesses, of fingers accustomed to the triangle, longitudes on the timid globe of an orange. I walked around as you do, investigating the endless star, and in my net, during the night, I woke up naked, the only thing caught, a fish trapped inside the wind." See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Serial Mom (1994). See more »
Soundtracks Chorale from Cantata No.147 See more »
Quotes Jack: American voters want their leaders to be dumber than they are. They figure they'll do less harm that way.
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